I was having a bit of a think about this .Mac stuff and how Apple need to cut software/internet cost when it occured to me that Apple are charging on the wrong stuff. The need to add costs to the iApps! Bascially the idea runs thus: Make iPhoto, iTunes, iMovie etc free, then, like Quick Time, offer a "Pro" version. For example: iPhoto Pro could contain many more photo editing features. iTunes Pro could have some mixing and sound effects and iMovie Pro (which needs a freshen up anyway) could have more visual effects and better sound editing features. They could then charge $20-$30 for iTunes/ iPhoto, perhaps a bit more for iMovie Pro. By doing this you keep the casual users happy, give a bit more to those who are "in" to computers, but don't use them professionally, and it means that you could keep @mac.com address free!!!!! What do ya think? + any ideas what the "Pro" iApps could feature???