Hey all, I have a question for you guys, and would love to hear your opinion. As we all know, the MacBook Pros are shipping in February and a lot has been said about the Revision A status of those machines. The same is the case for the iMacs. Some have said that the iMacs look like poor "patch-jobs" that were slightly rushed into productions. My question is specifically about the Intel-based successor to the iBook - MacBook or iBook or whatever the name may be. Will it be worth it to get a Revision A iBook, when they do arrive? It's possible that most of the issues that need to be worked out will be lessons learned from the MBP. However, it will be a new design altogether, so there might be some bugs that pop up because of that. What do you think?