I stopped in at an Apple Store today and when an employee asked me how he could help, I asked him if they had any minis in stock that had the Fusion Drive. I know it's not a stock configuration, and I'll probably end up ordering one, but I just wanted to check since at times the stores have carried upgraded models of the various computers. So I asked him, and he said "let's go find out" which I took to mean he would ask someone or check some stock or something. Instead, he went to a display MBP, pulled up the Apple site, went to the store, then to the mini, and said "no, we don't - actually, you cannot get a mini with a fusion drive." "Yes you can." "No you can't. See - it only comes with two internal drives." He points at the screen. I see he has the server model pulled up. I navigate to the configuration screen for the mid-level mini and point to the Fusion Drive option. He says "oh, you can. But we don't have any." I just said thanks and kept browsing because I'm not 100% committed to even getting one and he was perfectly nice about the whole thing, but it just seemed a little disappointing that he didn't know you can put a Fusion Drive in a mini.