Catalina is nearing the end of its cycle. It's been an ok sort of OS, but nothing startling nor exceptional. I'm hoping that the next Mac OS - Big Sur will be somewhat more user friendly, with less useless add ons that only serve to get in the way of a good OS. Apple has been adding dozens of what they term useful features to each nw OS, which in fact have only served to slow the system down, and are really not either used or needed by most Mac users. We want a fast, user friendly, easy to use OS, with less bells and whistles, but something that is robust and enjoyable to use each day. I started with System 7.0, and I've owned close to twenty desktop Mac's over the years. OS X was fantastic in its day, but its become bloated with too much junk that seldom gets used, and hasn't much real value to the user. I always buy a BTO new iMac, with at least 40GB of RAM, and and an i7 processor, and 8GB graphics card, and an SSD drive.. but it seldom seems any faster than a standard iMac.. Way to much bloatware slowing everything down to a crawl.. Let's hope OS 11 changes that..