How can Steve stand on stage and talk about the "next major release" of iTunes, while there were only some minor updates? 1. They were only at 9.2.1 What gives? 2. Minor updates - Ping tab (sure, the Ping service is new, but it's just another tab) - Different album view - Some layout tweaks (grey icons, bars, traffic light buttons) - "A simpler way to sync" (how is any of this new?) 3. It's still not 64bit/Cocoa Seriously?! 4. Related changes - TV show rentals are an iTunes Store update, not much to do with the app - AirTunes to AirPlay; more to do with the Apple TV, not iTunes per se If anything, iTunes 10 should've been a completely new app. Rewritten, maybe renamed (just like AirTunes became AirPlay; although iPlay probably isn't a smart idea), and things like.. you know.. actually new functionality! There is so much lacking in this application, but all they do is mess around with the UI a bit and update a few existing features. Slapping a downright ugly icon on it doesn't make it new or 10-milestone-worthy either.