Apple generates about 75% of its revenue from two iOS devices, and about 25% from five of OSx devices. To better match resources to revenue, I would restructure the OSx line as follows: 1) Drop the MacPro (don't sell enough of them) 2) Drop the Mac Mini (basically an unbundled iMac) 3) Consolidate the MBA/MBP into a single line of MBs (don't need both) I don't feel strongly about #2. It might make just as much sense to drop the iMac and keep the Mini, but clearly they do not need both. This gets them down to a much more manageable two OSx devices, one desktop and one laptop/notebook. That is more than enough in a post-PC world. Go ahead, call me crazy.