In the future, I would like to see the following from Apple: 1. An iCloud-based directory services architecture. This would allow businesses to manage resources, handle single-sign-in authentication, and store data in a dynamic, centralized environment. 2. An enhanced iWork suite with better compatibility with 3rd party office programs. 3. A rack-mount option for the Mac Pro, and even an Apple manufactured rack! Graphic designers and power users need this kind of stuff, and with the Xserve gone, they are frustrated. 4. Enhanced Wiki-services, or collaboration environments within the cloud (see #1) that can out-perform and replace things like MS Sharepoint. I think the goal should not be to go head-to-head against MS and others in the Enterprise, but rather to replace the Enterprise altogether. Apple has already started to do this, but it needs to do more. Being a creative guy that got into the IT industry, I think like Steve Jobs, and I always ask why things are so complicated, why we need a specific device or machine, or why we do things in an inefficient way. What can be replaced? What can be enhanced? Imagine a medium-sized business that runs almost entirely on tablets (iPads), iPhones, and a few laptops? The front-end exists, now Apple needs to finish building out the back-end. And I will close by pointing out that we cannot keep assuming business and private life (the consumer) are separate. These things are coming together quickly, and Apple needs solutions for both. 5-10 years from now, office buildings will be virtually obsolete, and the company-owned data-centers inside those buildings will be moved into the cloud (one way or another).