So I’d been using Trillian, then Gaim (now Pidgin) then Kopete then Adium. Now I’m stuck on iChat. I can’t even remember why I started using Adium on my Mac. Probably peer pressure from the guy that taught me everything I still don’t know about OS X. (No not you, Apple Hat, I knew a Mac zealot before you, the same guy that got me hooked on Linux.) iChat is a really good app as is the majority of OSX built ins. You can not only do A/V chats but you can share documents,and do remote screen sharing. It’s proven a priceless tool on the geographically disparate team I’m assigned to. I’ve heard you can record iChat calls which is something I have yet to toy with. Now I’m seriously wondering which advantages Adium has over iChat. Really, I switched for a reason, only I’m too lazy to figure out. maybe you could remind me? I’ll start the comparison. Adium has more granular control over the event system. Leopard seems to have removed some of the controls in iChat. What else?