Hi, when I bought my Macbook Pro (my first Apple computer) nearly 2 years ago, I did so for the software reasons - iLife and all the great little apps available on Mac, and sure the ability to run any OS since the Macbook pro uses Intel processors was a nice option to have. I bought the computer 2 months after first iPhone was introduced, but I basically was drawn to the Mac during the whole year before the purchase. Now to the main point: I feel Apple is no longer about OS X and software, or even about the Mac. It's more about the iPhone, iTunes, iPods (just watch the few last keynotes and count how much time was devoted to each area of Apple's business). Apple makes a "big news" from every change to the iTunes Store (shows available in HD), iPhone (iPhone OS Beta, hardware), iPod (Touch, etc.), but I feel like OS X is left behind - it started when it was delayed because of iPhone, and I feel like that was the turning point when the company is more about iPhone than on OS X. The only sweet spot after the 2006 WWDC keynote of Leopard was the recent iLife '09 keynote. I would expect much more from a Mac/software company. Maybe it's because Snow Leopard takes so long to ship (at least when there is little information about it as usual with Apple and you are a geek like myself and want to know everything about it). Maybe it was like even before iPhone already, since I did not start following Apple news until December 2006. What do you think? Do you think Apple is still about the Mac (and particularly OS X)? I would like to know if there are other people saddened at the situation or share my sentiment.