So I currently own a Mac Mini from about two years ago and have been recently toying with the idea of getting a "more capable" Mac to do some video/photo editing. I was dismayed when the iMacs with the screen/heat issues came out and then I saw today they are having problems with the MBA's. The brand new ones. I was very disappointed to see this, especially from a company that claims to be elite in the computer segment. I read another thread on here where people were praising Apple for being on top of this so quickly, but here's my question: why did it happen at all? That makes no sense to me. I've seen things like this happen before when companies grow too fast. Usually what happens is that the "MBA-types" demand the engineers do things faster and faster - usually at the expense of quality - and this same thing happens. The MBA's who have an inferiority complex around engineers walk away from meetings feeling good they torqued the engineers who in turn walk away mumbling obscenities about MBA's who couldn't spell capacitor. ...OR...this is intentional because it allows them to showcase they are working on stuff, which engenders good will because people view it as positive customer service. Either way, those of us who pay extra for a Mac get played. I don't want to hear fifty comments saying "mine's fine" because if Apple is actually working on something, that means there is an issue. I've been using Windows 7 for about a year on two separate machines and no problems. The bottom line for me is that my Mini, however limited it may be, is the only Apple computer I will own until they get their QC problems under control.