Dear Mr. Jobs (or Appl. employee canvasing chat/rumor sites), Why must I wait any longer? In a CompUSA store today, on my way to the Apple section, I passed by the lothesome PC laptop area. While I, once again, have never, do not and will not own a PC (for numerous reasons that only you and the Apple minions could begin to understand), I am patiently (growing ever impatient) waiting for you to stop listening to the CFO types and bring out the best Ti/Powerbook you can - Now! Not when you "sufficiently move/clear channels of existing parts inventory to maximize sales of the present spec. model in this current economy..." Please Steve, I mean Mr. Jobs, there were two PC laptops in the isle with 1600 x 1200 resolution screens. One was the 16" Sony (which I commented on last month) and the other was a 15" Toshiba with a 40GB HD, 512 MB of DDR-RAM, CD-R-RW/DVD-R (combo drive), etc. for $2,400. Even D(H)ell has a 1600 x 1200. Come on, what are all these WinTel folks doing with all of that screen real estate? Again, as I stated before (did you read my previous posts?) there is no better looking laptop on the planet than the Ti, but please, as a graphics professional, don't make me drool over the 1600 x 1200 laptop screens of my PC weenie friends and put up with the jabs they throw. While I hold my own on most comparative points, the screen is always a contentious issue - even with your latest Ti bump. While brighter and with a slightly higher resolution, it doesn't come close to the beautiful, amazingly crisp 1600 x 1200's. And guys, don't flame me because you think the screen items are too small. It's bull. I had no problem and I was using a trackpad with my rather large hands/fingers Imagine the ease with even a micro-mouse, etc. And, because the screen was so sharp, the smallish icons/type, etc. were clear and easy to read. Therefor, I strongly encourage you to give us design/creative/video professionals a Powerbook with 1600 x 1200 res., DDR RAM, a 1GHz processor and USB 2 / Firewire 2 . Should you see fit to include all of that in a brushed aluminum case (the only material imaginable that would look better and be more durable [no chipping paint] than the Titanium currently used - and please don't bore me with Airport reception concerns using aluminum) and include a SuperDrive, that would be a big bonus - but not necessary. Just raise the bar as high as you can reach, not just to the height that the bean counters/analysts determine to be the best at this moment (near-sighted thinking). I'm ready to buy another Apple laptop. Please let me know when you're ready.