So I wasn’t really that impressed with Mojave. It seemed like one more rather incremental update that follows on High Sierra, Sierra, even El Capitan (maybe even back to Yosemite). It also seemed to be drawing on things I’ve seen in Linux design for the last couple of years (full dark mode, reminds me a lot of Deepin Dark and certain dark themes I’ve tested out on my Linux Mint MacBooks Black and White).
But far from a complaint I think this actually great. Why? Because it feels like Apple didn’t touch the backend much if at all. This strongly indicates that dosdude1 or someone else will probably be able to use the same bag of tricks to put Mojave on unsupported (but still quite capable) Macs. I bet that also includes my 2008 3,1 Mac Pro, giving me yet another year of support potentially. Sierra ran perfectly and High Sierra has issues that seem to be High Sierra related (reports of problems across other older Macs, both supported and not). So, assuming Mojave isn’t going to have issues specific to my 3,1, as long as it is an improvement on High Sierra, I’m down.