Hi. I was curious if anyone else would be in the market for something like this. My primary computing use is Music Production and media consumption. I would like to have an iMac or MacPro sitting in one room of the house doing all of my heavy lifting. What I'm envisioning is then a gutted MacBook Air, that acts purely as a thin client over my Wireless-N network. In other words, it would have just enough circuitry to display the thin client screen and process the incoming display data from the remote connection to my iMac via AirPlay. This would allow me to work in other room and still be around my wife and kids, perhaps in the living room or the bed room instead of being confined to my studio. I know that the iPad can do this currently but I do not own one, so I don't know how well it works. Also, having the form-factor of a laptop would be necessity. I need to be able to use a mouse and keyboard and I would like to have a big enough screen to accommodate music production software which is notoriously tough to use with small screen real estate. I realize this may be a niche type need and thus not enough of an incentive for Apple to look into something like this but I was curious if anyone else had thought of this or had a similar desire. Is it even feasible? I thought that there were certain limitations with displaying rendered video data (movies, gaming, YouTube, etc) but watching the iPad stream video data via AirPlay it would seem like this has been dealt with, at least to some extent?