I just perused the Macbooks at Amazon to check prices and stumbled upon an indicator that the "classic" Macbook Pro models have stopped selling. For at least the past two years the 13" Macbook Air has had one customer review for every two reviews posted for the 13" Pro. At first it looked like that had been cut to almost parity as I saw 78 reviews posted for the 13" Pro vs 60 for the 13" Air. Then I looked at the 15" "classic" Pro and saw the same 78 review figure which I knew couldn't be right. Immediately it flashed that Amazon must have combined the reviews, and sure enough that is exactly what they did. So the 13" and 15" Pros now combine for a small number of reviews more than the 13" Air. And the model with the largest number of reviews? That would be the 15" Retina starting at $2,194-. 88 reviews. So Mr Kuo's claim that the forthcoming 13" Retina Pro would be "aggressively priced below $1,300" is all the more interesting. That would totally kill all "classic" Pro sales and no doubt the Air models as well since the 13" Retina is unlikely to weigh more than eight additional ounces. The entire Macbook line could by next year be just two hot selling models unless Apple seriously slashes the prices of the "classic" and Air models by four to five hundred dollars each. A $1,300 13" Retina Pro would also be the end for the other "ultrabook" manufacturers unless they can quickly catch up with new screens and meet Apple's pricing. Samsung recently showed off a 13" Retina class resolution Series 9, but it's not anywhere near production. Amazon's customer reviews of the Asus Zenbook Prime are a world of hurt for Asus. It looks like a defective product. So a 13" Retina model could slice the price of that model to under $800 so they can clear inventory after shutting down production.