Now, I'm not Steve Jobs, but if I were, I would drop the price of the T-bolt Cinema Display pronto and here is why... T-bolt Cinema Display = (27" iMac - a few ports, computer parts and $700) No smaller or bigger screen options, just what is essentially a 27" iMac without the computer parts. For One Thousand Dollars? Now, let's suppose you were to get back those computer parts as economically as possible... by purchasing a new T-bolt Mac Mini! That brings our price up to $1,600. Of course, that would be a stupid decision to buy such a combination, because for only $100 more you may as well have just gotten the low-end 27" iMac and got a keyboard and mouse, twice the hard drive space, a CD drive, a MUCH better processor and graphics card, and fewer cords to deal with! Now, if Apple sold a display without such excesses like a webcam and an ethernet port and an ambient light sensor, they could probably bring the price down to at least $750, right? Maybe they could bring the price even lower if they also offered a smaller size... or even a bigger size. Just don't feel the new T-bolt Cinema Displays are a good deal at the stone-faced price of $1,000. Seems kind of harsh for the people with Mac Minis or laptops, or anyone who wants another display for their Mac. Anyone else feel this way?