I'd just like to give my impressions of my first time actually using a Tibook. It was a 566 mhz model, which I guess they don't sell anymore, but it was brand new to me. WOW. Honestly, Apple puts more thought and engineering into the power cord on this thing than most companies put into their entire computer. It just exudes a refined character that says "I had the good sense to buy this well crafted tool." So I took it out of the box, it is very solidly constructed without being too heavy or clunky. Then again, I do'nt know how something that's less than 1" thick can be clunky. From the titanium(???) door to cover all the ports on the back to the cool pc card eject button on the side, it's just cool. It took me a few seconds to figure out the power cord, I actually got out the manual. No, I could have just plugged it in in about 2 seconds, but to fully utilize the engineering that went into it, I had to check the manual, although if I had played with it enough, I probalby would have figured it out eventually. There's a square power adapter which has 2 retractable prongs that you can just plug into the wall, or take the prongs off and the extension cord plugs into the newly opened slot. You can also unfold two little things to wrap any extra cord around to keep it as compact as possible. There is even a little clip on teh wire so that it stays wound. Just about 10 new, well-thought out features that are the real reasons we buy Apple products. It doesn't just come with a black wallwart that ugly, heavy, cumbersome, and unrefined. I could talk all day aobut the thing, but I'll spare you all. One thing I would like to comment on is that the trackpad defaults to not being able to tap it to function as a mouse click. Most pc laptops I've used have this as a feature, and when I went to the apple store with one of my friends, she was all mad because the apple laptops don't do this. However, you can quickly change it in the preferences. I jsut think that they should keep this feature turned on at the Apple stores so that PC users don't get mad about little thingsl ike that that are actually there when they're already looking for any reason they can to not like Apple products.