OK. I'm going to be sick... If you go to Apple's retail job opportunities, it is clear that they are planning to open a store in Highland Park, TX. Sounds good, right? A new Apple store to convert the masses... Now, go to MapQuest and search for Highland Park in Texas. It'll take you to a suburb of Dallas, TX. Look for another Apple store in Texas... IN PLANO FOR HEAVENS SAKES!!! TWO APPLE STORES WITHIN 15 MILES OF EACH OTHER!!! Now that's unfair... How could Apple be putting two stores right next to each other, while leaving tons of other locations across the country without Apple Stores? If you're from Texas, you would probably agree that San Antonio, or Austin would be good places for other Apple stores in Texas (there's already one coming for Houston) But why Dallas? Maybe the mall at willow bends isn't doing to well (i've been there, and it's a pretty upscale mall... if you don't drive a car that costs more than $40000, you'd better park on the outskirts of the parking lot...) They could put one in McAllen! They'd have plenty of international traffic... But my point is, why are they putting two stores right next to each other? Is this the clinton administration where somebody's brother-in-law lives too far from the one in plano, so he asks for one closer to his house?