I am not going to be tough on this first version, at all. I know we all like to complain, but I am really thankful that there is now a Mac version. I know that Rick has always made steady improvements in the iPad and iPhone versions, and I expect he is making improvements the Mac version as we write our complaints. Yes, there are things that we consider need changing. But it is more than worth the wait.
Let me tell you what is good: It's incredibly FAST. It makes the Windows version feel like a horse and buggy, a canoe without a paddle.
I know the red button to quit is missing, but a Mac user should also know to quit is as easy as Command-Q.
I might make one request/comment: I think I miss the Tool-Tip hover. Right now you have to click on a Tool-Tip to make the balloon appear. I'd love the option to turn that on or off.
I expect those little things will be fixed very soon. I recall that when the iOS versions came out Rick had a very different idea of how people would use them. He thought people would just sit in a chair but the fireplace and use the iPad to read a daily devotion. However, if you have an iPad you will find that after adding every module you have to it, it will become a go-to device for study, note taking (that area needs some upgrading though), and portability. I stopped using a paper Bible a year ago. Now, every resource I have goes with me everywhere. It is quite amazing. Consider that once you may have had shelves filled with massive volumes, and now they ALL fit in a device you carry everywhere, and they are fully searchable! Seriously awesome.
If you don't have a Mac yet, here is your reason to get one. Or at least an iPad.