Well, I didn't get one tonight. The world will go on. Dick Cheney will continue to run things from his Google Earth-invisible bunker. While the champagne corks are no doubt a poppin in Cupertino, this hard working Graphic Design studio owner, who has purchased upwards of 100+ macs in his day, comes home empty handed after standing in a line in a mall like a schmuck for a couple of hours, only to be told 'sorry no more.' This, after watching just about every customer come out of the store with TWO BAGS. What a major faux pas on Apple's part. Sure, they sold a s#itload of these things, but lost a whole bunch of good will in the process. Had they allowed just one per customer, everyone on my line (in southern california) would have left a happy Apple customer. Instead, they felt let down. Jobs said 6pm was chosen to be 'democratic,' so people wouldn't take off work. Well, I'm no working stiff, but I chose to work today (and made many times the cost of an iPhone just today), and got in line when the doors to the store opened, and I wasted two hours of my life like an idiot. It's such a dumb thing - in retrospect - getting sucked into the hype of a gadget one doesn't need, but simply desires. It was fun talking to all kinds of characters on the line, but they felt the same as me. We were told they'd have more tomorrow, more than one of us sarcastically said "woo hoo." I won't be back in line again tomorrow. It's a ****ing cell phone. Rant over!