Hi, I just purchased an iSight. While I do love the camera, I'm not very happy with the way the provided mounts work - they don't appear to have really been designed with the thought of repeatedly putting them together and taking them apart. Digression and example: To use any of the non-magnetic mounts, you have to first slip the Firewire cable through the mount, then slip a tight collar over the cable's connector hood, and finally push the collar into the mount. The collar and mount really should be one piece, and the cable needs to be more easily removable from the collar. After five minutes with it I figured out a better design, and am seriously thinking about trying to build one. C'mon Apple, design is usually your strength! After poking around on-line I saw something called SightFlex that, while not really portable, might be a good solution for my office. The price isn't bad either. Do any of you have experience with this item? As a secondary question - any recommendations for a small bag to carry the iSight essentials (camera, Powerbook mount, maybe the cable) around in? As always, thanks for your help and advice!