Are Apple stores too focused on consumers? I walked into the Apple store on Regent Street today - If you've not been there it's quite an experience. It's Huge, there are about 200 ipods on show, 100 imacs, over 150 macbooks of various flavors (plenty of Airs!) and 2 Mac Pros. Just 2. And just 4 cinema displays (20", 23" and 2 30"s) I know the apple store is a retail store that is focused at shifting ipods and macbooks, but for there to be only 2 mac pros? Whats going on Apple? And the staff, whilst the geniuses are very good, the floor staff know very little past the basics. I wanted to pick someone's brains about FCS2 and particularly motion and color and also Shake - all i got was a couple of blank looks and "sorry i don't know much about that" I suppose most people buying high end equipment would go to a specialist Apple Retailer, but the first port of call is usually the Apple store - and for the floor staff to not know their onions, and to have just 2 mac pros (the dual 30" MP had a guy on it just looking at facebook for 15 mins!!) i think sends out the wrong signals to professionals. Anyone else been disappointed with the Apple stores when looking for advice/trying out the professional products?