Anybody else? OK I hated the keynote. Well my remote view bombed out too, but the new design looked crazy stupid. Even after looking at it I thought they were nuts, obviously nothing was upgradable except external thunderbolt chassis which do not support graphics cards. Then I saw the guts and realized that RAM and flash disk can be upgraded. And the case easily comes off with a thumb button, no tiny torx screws. OK, better but no dice. After cogitating on it for a day or two I realized Apple has the right idea here. Consider The Cheese Grater Mac Pro isn't really that upgradable anyhow. I've put cards in it (from a very limited set of choices) and mostly had grief. I know many people have had good luck here, but consider that two new graphics cards got introduced this year and people rejoiced, compared to the 20-30 choices you have on Windows. Was the Mac Pro ever really internally upgradable? Other than RAM, disk and drives ... not really. Now we still can upgrade those three, and everything except video cards can go out on TB. Instead of buying a cheap low end computer and spending more money overall over time, why not just get the high end one I want and not upgrade? So, pick the cards, disks and RAM I want at purchase time. You know when I go on vacation I always worry about my Pro next to my desk. The rest of my stuff gets locked up, but the pro is too big. So this tiny case, well, I can easily lock it up now. Or even take it with me. My Pro is still noisy, the noisiest computer I have. I've gotten spoiled by silent computing, and since I'm looking forward to my next pro having some serious graphics (for gaming) I've been unsure if I would do it because of the added noise. The new pro will probably be essentially silent, I bet it is the quietest professional level extreme computer on the planet. Siting the pro has always been an issue. I have Cinema displays with shorty back cables and had to get a special caddy for my sit stand desk for the pro. It doesn't work very well. Now I can put this on the desk and I probably still won't hear it. The pro has always had bluetooth issues, partly because of how far away it is. The new pro certainly won't make everybody happy, but for me, a software developer with a taste for high end computers and who wants a single computer that will do everything, I realized this is it and I'll be buying one. Desktops haven't changed in decades, time for that to change really.