The idea behind this program is great... I particularly love the tabbed windows. iTerm has the potential to be to Terminal what Chimera is to IE. If the bugs are fixed, and mouse support is added for those programs like emacs which can take advantage of it, I'd seriously consider dropping Terminal entirely for this. As it is, though, one of my criteria for a Terminal app is that it work well enough to be generally usable, and the current version of iTerm fails in that respect. The first two programs I tried, man and emacs, both failed. When I open man, pressing the down arrow key scrolls down, but only after flashing some sort of escape sequence in the status line... only a minor bug, but scrolling up doesn't work at all. Only the first line of the screen updates. In emacs, the screen also doesn't get updated correctly. If I type "Foo," then back up to the beginning of the line again and type "Bar," sometimes it works right, but sometimes the word "Foo" gets overwritten, and only "Bar" is visible. If I force emacs to redraw that text (by simply scrolling down in the file and back again), then the line does indeed read BarFoo, as it should.