Hope this is the right place to put this topic, couldn't find it anywhere else fitting. What I don't understand is that we used to have two kinds of laptops Ibooks in 12'' and 14'' Powerbooks 12'' 15'' 17'' This is being turned into Macbook 13''/13.3'' (rumours suspect) Macbook Pro 15'' 17'' Basically we're going from having good laptops and better laptops, to one type in different sizes. As much as the move to intel is good for speed, does make me wonder A) how long they will keep Ibooks and Powerbooks up for sale, and B) what the price differences from IB to PB and now MB will be? I have a PB because it was faster and in 12'' had everything I would use for the next few years. My Gf got an Ibook because they were cheaper. So what happens to all the people that don't want to have to pay for a MB 13'' but would have bought an Ibook because it was cheaper? Perhaps they will say, Macs are too expensive, I'm going elsewhere... And buy a dell or something. I don't know. Just think they've shot themselves down a little for limiting the types of laptops they seem to be producing.