I've seen some of the mockups of people suggesting the invite is not the actual notebook but rather the glass trackpad. I've got a theory...at first I thought perhaps the mockup could be possible but something just didn't jive. Then it occurred to me that Payton who did the original mockup was on the right track but got it wrong. They cut out the image of the alleged notebook and used that as the trackpad. They were thinking the notebook was the trackpad & the Apple logo was within the glass but thats wrong imo. What gave it away you ask? Look closely at the top 2 corners and you see 2 rounded edges with SILVER in each corner. Those rounded edges are the same rounded edges in the spy photo...look at the trackpad area. That silver is the aluminum. Now at first I thought the trackpad would have a bezel or frame around it and the glass area is what looks like the notebook...but I was wrong. Here's what I firmly believe. The invite is a photograph of a glass trackpad with a reflection of one of the new notebooks in it. Its backlight effect is from the spotlight coming down across & partially BEHIND it. The image is not crisp enough for an Apple graphic so if its a reflection it makes perfect sense that it would appear a bit low-res. The mockup going around almost got it right but they cropped the glass trackpad to only include the REFLECTION of the notebook. If someone could please do another mockup including the whole surface of the invite so the 2 curved silver corners fit into the empty slot I believe that would be it. I don't have photoshop on this computer or I'd do it (and plus my photoshop skills aren't very good). The button is either at the bottom of the invite or it is not included, I don't know how the dimensions will work w/o photoshopping the full invite in there. I love how the ratio of the notebook to the trackpad frames itself. Apple has always been genius with proportions so this naturally just works. The invite is ingenious and so cryptically Apple.