In this section of the MacRumors Forums, I'm seeing the same argument advanced over and over again, which is that a person should never purchase revision-A hardware. What kind of crap is this? Listen man, SOMEBODY has to buy the revision-A hardware. If nobody did, then Apple would be out of business. The people who buy revision-A hardware are blazing a trail for the folks that will follow. These people, instead of being scorned, or told that they're fools, ought to be cheered instead. Clearly, Apple (or any other computer manufacturer for that matter) NEEDS early adopters to help them iron out the kinks - in a pefect world computer hardware would be flawless right from the get-go; but of course ours in not a perfect world. It shocks me that so many people at this forum, instead of saying that Apple needs to go out of its way to help early adopters, will actually blame the early adopters themselves. "Dude, you say your computer is randomly shutting down on you, and that your top-cover has become discolored, well that's what you get, isn't it, for purchasing revision-A hardware. How stoopid r u, dude." Yeah, dude, and guess what, since we've gone out and bought revision-A hardware, and suffered through all the problems associated with such, you, when you do decide to buy your hardware, will probably have a much smoother ride for it. The fact is, early adopters are the most loyal Apple customers out there, and if you were to tell me that you had purchased revision-A hardware I would raise my hands and cheer.