This is not so much question as a comment. I'm from Canada, and the prices of Mac products are generally more here than in the US. For instance, any iMac will run $100 more, and the iPad is $50 more. About 3 years ago, I could understand that, as the Canadian dollar was about 20 cents below the US dollar. However, today the Canadian and US dollars are almost at par, separated by mere pennies. How can Apple justify this? The profit is great for them, but consumers are ripped off. How much more does this affect countries outside of North America? Is there a way (honest way preferred) to get American prices? Does this affect whether or not you'll buy Apple products? I think the product is superior, but think we deserve to pay the same as those in the US. My 2 cents.