As an interested shareholder I attended the meeting and found it very interesting. First off, my question, during the Q&A was concerned HD content for the iTunes store (for AppleTv use of course) and the possibility of being able to rent videos through the AppleTV as well: "When a shareholder asked Jobs for high-definition video content on iTunes and asked if his Apple TV could allow him to rent movies, the CEO smiled. 'One never knows,' he said cryptically." Now that may seem like an artful dodge, but what didn't get reported was when a question that another shareholder asked as to whether or not Apple was going to be getting into the medical data collection field. To which questions Steve Jobs flat out told him, no we are not. So a cryptic "One never knows" probably means it's only a matter of time (hopefully short) until these features are present in the AppleTV universe. After watching all that transpired it was easy to see why Steve Jobs is CEO of Apple Inc. and the special interest hacks are, well, special interest hacks. It's time to get past the options issue. The Apple Board is satisfied, the SEC is satisfied, the independent investigators are satisfied and perhaps MOST IMPORTANTLY almost all of the shareholders in the room were satisfied. And as one of those shareholders that everyone is trying to protect, all I can say is: Chill out people! Go out and start making a few phone calls on your new iPhones... Now that would make me happy!