iMac 27 - nasty and highly reflective glass; when shall we have the matt glass ? Problems here: *As a photographer and graphic artist, I cannot work with you. highly reflective glass monitors. Please Apple, give us a choice. If you cannot offer an iMac with a matte screen, please give us a desktop computer with the specs of the high end iMac that we can hook up the monitor of our choice into. We need a desktop Mac in between a Mac Pro and a mini. It is good Apple builds the hardware on many levels, but we need you to give us more choices At the very least, an iMac with a matte display. Thank - - - **Yesterday I tried a 27″ iMac at the Apple store in Montreal. It is such a beautiful machine, with such a horrible screen. I would have liked to buy one I really want an all-on-one desktop, but I dont think I will. Ill wait a while to see if Apple finally offers a matte screen option. If not, Ill have to assume Apple enjoys pissing off their customers, because theres no way they dont know that anti-glare is better than ultra-glare. Have Apple lost The sens of feel of phptgraphers and design peoples ? How can You do this for all Macusers and MacLovers ? Isnt Mac anymore The macine for this kind of work ? Should I bye a PC ? (which I don not like, but there could I find the anti-glare panel. Are You still thinking Macs as designmacines and are You still going strong, as alive, Mr Jobs ? or is there some mr. Gates working in Your office to run Macs, altogether, downside ? How in million years is possible to make the colors right if on screen has the grale, glare or whatever bad ? - - - ***Im running an old G5 PowerPC Mac that desperately needs an upgrade (I need to start using an Intel chip to do iPhone app development). The new i7 iMac would be perfect for me, as it would give me a dual monitor set-up, a faster computer and Intel compatibility for a £1500 outlay. However, this glossy screen issue is completely preventing me from upgrading. I cant afford a new Mac Pro and another decent monitor, so for now Ill have to sit tight and hope Apple come to their senses. We all know the glass is held on with magnets, meaning it can be swapped out almost as easily as adding more RAM. It should be a simple upgrade option for additional cost. Come on Apple, PLEASE offer the matte screen option! - - - ****When you write to Apple, there is no public record, so Apple can keep pretending as in Phil Schillers spin that all Apples customers love glossy screens. Whereas, with this website, there is a permanent public record that Apple simply refused to listen to a substantial number of Apple customers. Also, many of the online posts on other websites have been appended to transitory articles or forum posts which tend to disappear from sight after the article becomes dated. Therefore, those pro-matte comments disappear from view. Moreover, the online polls indicate that around 40% prefer matte which means that comments left on other articles tend to be watered down by 60% pro-glossy comments. Thus, reduced impact. Finally, you have to realise that Apple, as a corporation, is Steve Jobs personified. Notoriously, Steve Jobs does not listen to customers. Steve charts his own course, and he has a track record of picking winners, with few losers. So you need to realise that even if multitudes of Apple customers complain privately to Apple, it will do zip if Steve Jobs wants Macs to have glossy screens. Therefore, this is not a typical case where a corporation is unaware of its customers sentiments. Here, Apple knows you want gloss screens but is doing a Steve-Jobs by saying they know better, or worse they just dont care. - - - Should someone care of macusers eyes in Apple Inc., possible to make the colors and seeing even normal or prehaps best possible as it was standart in the past times ? ??