Does anyone think Apple will shift the price points around for the 2011 MBP updates? The current points seem skewed to me and seem kind of counter-intuitive. The first example that comes to mind is the 2.6GHz 13" for a $300 upcharge over the base. I'm sure some people go for this bit I'd say any educated consumer would know better. I wonder how of these they actually move compared to the 2.4GHz. The other is the base model 15" being 1800 bucks. It's like a wild jump from the base 13 to base 15. And it's not even a quad. If it were, I'd say it's par for the course and logical. The other thing that makes me think it's possible (hell could freeze over too I suppose if the proper conditions were met), is Mr. Jobs vision to make any and all things Apple for the Everyman. Like melding iOS and an AppStore into Lion. A price shift to make the jump levels a little closer would certainly lure more consumers up the spec chain I think. Logic to me would have the 2.6 sittin at 1399. The 2.4 15" at 1599. 2.5 at 1799, etc. A $200 increase at each step. That would bring about that old cycle the mind can get into " well if I'm going to spend x, I might as well spend x+2 and get more for my money". That's what I mean by luring consumers up the spec chain. The current price points attract a certain group to the 13" and another group to the 15 and 17's. That said I know Apple really does that purposely. They don't just throw prices on stuff and let the people sort it out for themselves. They have reasons for each price, and a certain consumer in mind for each one. Long post I know. Anyone else think it's possible they will change their price slots around, or has Apple been sticking to the same price script year after year?