Despite its flaws, I am a believer in the Airport Express. I am also a believer in Apple having very systematic plans for rolling out new products in a logical, desirable manner. That being said, I think I have figured out where they are going with all of this. (Somebody may have already hit on this, but I haven't seen it anywhere.) Step 1 - Apple releases a speaker system - the Hi-Fi - which is ideal for putting in various rooms throughout your house. Step 2 - Apple releases the inevitable video-friendly Airport Express (which hopefully doesn't have interference problems). We consumers buy it; we are excited because it means that we can transfer video (music videos, movies, video podcasts, etc.) from our computer to our existing TV in our living room. Step 3 - Apple releases an Apple TV/video screen/monitor of sorts which sits perfectly atop the Hi-Fi, like it was designed only to work with the Hi-Fi. This TV thing has only one input which connects - you guessed it - with the Airport Express. So, in every room in your house you now have four things - an Airport Express plugged in the wall, a video/audio cord running from the airport express, a Hi-Fi speaker and the Apple TV thing which fits snuggly on top of the Hi-Fi. I guess you'd also have some sort of radio frequency remote which controls that TV/Hi-Fi by sending a signal to your compture in the other room. It makes sense. Of course, in the meantime, Apple would have to ramp up the video content you can get off of iTunes. Any takers?