first, i'm assuming that the new minis do not support power nap? i see it specifically called out on the new 13" retina mbp but not on the mini so.. no? seems odd to not include that on new machines, especially ones that you can buy with SSD. second, sounds like the integrated gpu will be able to run 2 decent sized displays without too much trouble. i'm looking to replace a 2008 mac pro with a couple 1920 x 1200 screens and i do a lot of photo editing with lightroom so want to be sure the hd 4000 will handle that setup okay. third, for those of you who are replacing built-in drives with SSDs from various third parties, how can one be sure they will run as fast as the apple-supplied drives? i am not super knowledgeable on various bus types or whatever but it would be a bummer to not get the full impact of an SSD because of some unforseen I/O mismatch or bottleneck. i'm thinking i may go with the fusion drive just to be safe.. seems like a reasonable tradeoff, especially considering that installing the SSD yourself doesn't sound super easy. i have a NAS already but only 256 gb in my day-to-day machine just seems like it would be annoying: i'll always be running out of space locally and fighting to free up room for this or that. and finally, what happened to itunes 11? i know that a) it's not end of october yet and b) that question has nothing to do with minis but... was expecting to see that update roll out today. guess we'll see it in the next week?