I am really frustrated to not see a new MacBook Air today. I truly believed we were finally going to see v 3,1 (a real rev C). The really SAD part of today was that no new GPUs were discovered in the MacBook, Mac mini, and iMac. Nothing that would tell us how Apple plans to move forward with graphics in the MBA. Nothing to tell us what to expect for CPUs. Nothing to tell us when the next MBA will happen. It does seem fairly clear that this will be Apple's lineup for the holiday season. For iMac buyers, the day was pretty good with a nice LED upgrade to 27" and Quad-Core FINALLY. But every other Mac was really left behind. The Magic Mouse is perhaps the best updated product today for everyone else. I wonder what this means for Apple's next round of MBP and MBA updates? This gives us no clue which direction Apple is going to go with graphics in the next MBA. Will we be getting an Arrandale CPU with Intel integrated graphics? Or will Apple give us dedicated graphics even in the MBA? I was hopeful that even if the MBA didn't see an update today that we would learn the direction Apple was going with graphics. Instead we see the exact same 9400m GPU. Nvidia was supposedly done with the GPU/chipset business as reported a few weeks ago. So how does this play out? I guess this probably means that it will be some time before we learn what way Apple is going. I had even figured to see MBP updates today with new graphics in those as well. I figured Apple wouldn't want just the MBA and MBP left behind with inferior 9400m graphics. I think we should all be prepared for a long haul now. Apple is going to need to figure out how to move forward with graphics/chipsets/GPUs after the 9400m. With Nvidia getting out of the game, Apple decided to utilize the 9400m one last round instead of moving forward towards the future. Apple has stuck with the 9400m for too long now. This was prime time to move forward... oh well. Arrandale is scheduled for January release, but I wouldn't count on a new MBP or MBA anytime around then. Apple will be focused on the iPad (tablet) device. Apple will also still be determining how to migrate to Intel and sell to all of us how the Intel integrated graphics at half the performance of a 9400m is a step forward... and not three steps back. The worst part is the MacBook is the number one selling Mac, and sales will be up for it with the latest minimal updates. And the majority of Mac users will be delighted with the iMac updates. So where does that leave us MacBook Air fans? What do we have to look forward to? Will it be a full year before Apple updates the MBA and figures out how to "down-sell" us the Intel integrated graphics? Or does Apple have an Ace in the hole ready for the MBPs and MBAs? Will it be integrated or dedicated in the MBA? When do you expect the update? Is there any way possible Apple updates the MBA before the holidays? Am I missing a critical piece of information? Finally, the MB didn't take the step towards the MBA form factor as I suggested and anticipated, did Apple do this to further the MacBook Air's future so the MB wouldn't "take over" the MBA's form factor and role in the Mac notebook lineup? Perhaps this means the MBA will be around for a few more years... I guess that could be the positive "read between the lines" news for the MBA today. What a disappointing day. I just believed Apple was going to lead us all down a new path of graphics if nothing else today... how disappointing and frustrating to be a MacBook Air fan waiting for an update since last October when rev 2,1 was released. Do any of you other MBA fans feel as frustrated as I am today? Was I really so far off in thinking the MBA was going to jump to v 3,1 today?