In response to a particular Four Island post with a very long title I would like to say that you're wrong, Hatkirby. For those who don't know what I'm talking about allow me to explain.
I have used OS X before, I used Leopard last year for a Multimedia course I took and the one thing I disliked about them was their window management. The first thing that confused me was the fact that when you closed a window the application was still running, I guess this goes with the idea of a SDI (Single Document Interface). Although This is not a major problem and the applications can be completely closed through the menus it confused me at first.
The main problem I have with Macs was window switching. Coming from Windows I was used to Alt+Tab. They do have something similar on OS X but it lists the open applications instead of the open windows. Of course they have Exposé, but it just isn't as fast. With Alt+Tab you can switch back and forth between two windows instantly, but with Exposé you have to find the window you're looking for and click on it.
OK I'll cut OS X some slack. I don't particularly mind that you can only resize windows from one edge because I don't often resize windows anyway. If I want them bigger I just maximize the window, which brings me to another point, windows don't maximize all the way in OS X! They only take up as much of the screen as they want, so as to not feel fat, or something. Why can't they just do what every other operating system and every other window manager does and actually take up all of the screen when the maximize button is pressed. So in hindsight yes it does annoy me that you can only resize the window from one corner because OS X is the only operating system in which I have to manually resize the window so it takes up as much of the screen as possible.
Now, I probably should mention OS X Lion here. Well as I've mentioned before I think Lion will fix some of the problems I have with OS X's window management: combining Exposé and Spaces, allowing applications to run full screen, etc. Still it won't fix everything. I guess we will just have to wait and see.
Well that's all that I have to say about window management. I hope you were able to follow me in my ranting.