I for one, am. Not that I hate Apple, quite the contrary, I own a bunch of their products and use/work with them every day. The problem is they've been riding the iToy market for too long, few people would disagree the Mac line and OS X have suffered for it. If Apple ever hopes to break into markets like enterprise and education in a meaningful way they need to do it with computers, not iToys. I know people will rant about how iToys are computers etc, but lets face it, you probably aren't doing much real work on them - and if you are then you're a masochist. iToys are what, 70% of Apple's revenue at this point? And they've certainly lost their 'wow' factor for most people by now. Got an iPad? Well you don't need the new one, even if it is 0.7mm thinner or whatever. Got any iPhone after the 4? Yeah, you're fine, unless you're obsessive compulsive and have a pathological need for the latest Apple doohickey. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying these are bad products, they're just minor incremental upgrades that most people won't bother with. Apple's computers are the gold. If they would increase their market share from 10% just now, to 20% then they'd make a killing both from sales and Apps. iPhone apps are $1-5 on average, mac apps cost about 5-x that usually. I hope the iToy market share continues to shrink, so we can see a real focus on computers again.