The november issue of consumer reports (their annual electronics issue) is the second time i've seen bad info given for apple products, but this was considerably more egregious than the first time. listed as one of the six "quick pick" brands, the con section informs readers that little productivity software is included with macs, and that no word processor is included. the latter is outright false, while the former is highly debateable. in the same section, the reader is informed that you'll "possibly experience fewer problems" with spyware and viruses, rather than the much more accurate "almost no problems". mac laptops are said to have an "undistinguished" reliablity history. the mac mini is listed as having only a core solo, while also having integrated speakers. in a previous issue, an ibook was listed that couldn't possibly exist, as they somehow combined the 12 and 14 inch models into a hybrid. what gives?