I was thinking, why does Apple insist on always making a single button mouse? Simplicity of design? That is my initial guess, but I was thinking that they could have the best of both worlds, and still make those picky people happy by making a two button optical mouse, without a slit down the middle of the top. The first reaction I always get from PC users when they see my laptop and mouse is, "that is an awesome mouse." But it is always immediately followed by, "where are the buttons??" After I explain how the button works, they simply nod and enjoy the engineering. However, they (and some frustrated 'control-clicking' Apple users) are still frustrated with having to mess with the second hand being necessary to 'control-click.' I would love to able to utilize the second mouse button, but I still want the sweet Apple logo and design, so I dont want to go third party. (it just looks better than an ugly Intellimouse) So, instead of the 'back and forth' rocking motion of the current optical mouse (the clicking mechanism), why doesnt Apple do a 'left and right' rocking motion and get two mouse buttons out of it? The mouse would look EXACTLY the same, work the same, be just as creative/innovative, but be more practical as well. Im no engineer, but I know those guys at Apple could figure out how to do this. What do you guys think?