I just took a closer look at the new options on the Retina MBP (namely the faster CPU speeds on the cheaper model) and they keep their strange USD - euro calculations. According to Yahoo! finances, 100 USD are about 80, so if you include tax, this would equal to 96 euro in Austria (which has quite high tax among europe). So why do they charge 100 dollar in the United States and 120 in europe for this upgrade? (And this trend continues to everything introduced since then) So why do they do this? Does Apple expect the euro to fall by that much? And how much will it affect the Mini? I guess about 50, according to the MBA prices.