I was in an Apple Retail store yesterday, in Seattle, WA, and I basically just walked around the store for an hour and a half, using the 30" ACD (which I really want now by the way), and the iPhones. Anyways, I overheard many discussions between employees and customers, and between the "Geniuses" and the customers and the genius bar. This one employee was helping out a girl with her MacBook Pro, and she told him that her dad wants her to put windows on her laptop, and asked him what he thinks about it, and the employee discouraged it, and said that Windows is prone to viruses, and that it's potentially harmful to the computer. Obviously this employee has no first hand experience with Windows on Macs, or he would've known that Boot Camp makes it quick, efficient, pain free. At another point, I asked an employee if I could see what it looks like when an ACD is plugged into a MacBook Pro, and he said "uh.. no. Because I don't have the right cable". WTF??!?! Then I asked him how the power is distributed between laptop display and external display, if they're both on, and he said "I wouldn't play an intense video game with both of them on, but the video card has the power to run them both!" He sounded like a consumer, who knows nothing about video cards, and just "knows" that it has the power to drive them both, because that's what it can do. You'd think an apple employee would sound a little bit more sophisticated than "It just has the power to drive them both", especially when asked precisely HOW the video card distributes it's Vram between the two. Then I saw this employee showing a customer the MacBook Pro's. They were looking at a 17" with a 1920x1200 screen, and the employee didn't know this until he went into System Profiler and saw the resolution. He couldn't tell it was high resolution just by looking at it? Has anyone else had similar experiences in Apple Stores?