Ok, call it 9%. The y/y is against a holiday quarter too, so that's the beauty of y/y. It's Apples to Apples in terms of time period. Revenue is revenue. People voting with dollars shows you people are willing to spend more Macs, but they offer features the consumer wants. What revenue growth number would you like to see in a mature product to consider it doing well? 9% growth is insane for a legacy product and at this scale. You know how much $7B in revenue in 90 days is? For some perspective, the entire Netflix company did $4.2B in total revenue for their most recent quarter.