The first Leopard iChat demo video from Macworld Expo in January Apple shows a feature called “display sharing:”
Narrator: Screen Sharing lets you remotely observe and control your buddy's display from the other room or another time zone. Initiate a screen sharing session and iChat immediately kicks off an audio chat so that you can talk through simultaneous control of a single Mac desktop. Create Web sites together, make travel plans or review that big presentation. iChat with display sharing opens a whole new world of collaboration possibilities.
Did Apple kill off this feature in the latest build of Leopard?
Conspiracy alert! Is it possible Apple killed this feature, because is may help people fix there own Mac?
(Thanks Scott S.)