I'm trying to see if I am reading this correctly. I got my new iMac in mid June, in the time window for the free Lion upgrade. I also own a Macbook Air that I bought in December. The terms of the Lion up-to-date program include this: "The OS X Lion software content code must be used solely with the products that qualify for this offer." I take that to mean that I can only use Lion on the new iMac, and I would need to buy another copy on the Air. Am I right? I'm OK with that, but want to make sure I understand it correctly. If I'm right, it is probably pointless for me (and others like me) to go through the process of filling out the up-to-date form, since the copy I'd buy for my Air would be valid on the iMac, too, since they're on the same Mac App Store account ID.