Using/developing for the next big kitty, at first I was impressed, but as I worked further it's just becoming iOS X. Launchpad is exactly like iOS folders, and a pain to drag 10+ pages of app's one at a time. I'm just tired of iDevices. Sure, Thunderbolt came out, a watered down copper version of "Light Peak" that may or may not take off and needs full integration for systems to be vital. Spoke with a friend working as a designer w/ engineers on the next FCP, said so far it's not great, the engineers/team heads have been there for years and dragging their weight. She was always the first to defend Apple's prosumer market, having worked as a filmmaker w/FCP and Macs, but now she definitely knows Apple is done with that market. In fact, most FCP users in the industry have either moved to Avid or Premiere Pro. So I guess I should succumb to the reality that displays, Pro-Apps and a reasonable mid-tower/tower are a thing of the past and that Apple will be the king of mobile iDevices.