...to recieve their Mac? I read the reports about iMacs being delayed on the front page, but I ordered a 15", 2.53gHz MBP on the 22nd of January - it is a special order with a 7200 RPM drive. Originally it was supposed to arrive on the 7th of Feb.... I thought that was a long time. Then last week I recieved an automatic phone call from my certified apple reseller electronically announcing to me it wouldn't arrive until the 12th... I was crushed. Then tonight, just minutes ago, I had another automated call telling me that my order will arrive on February 17th. Will the madness never end?! Has anyone else had similar problems. Should I have never ordered from a certified apple reseller? The store is Nebraska Furniture Mart, and although it sounds hoky, it is a huge store in the midwest and has plenty of credibility. They matched the student price, beat it by 50 bucks, and gave me 21 month no interest financing, it was a hard deal to pass up... considering the best financing apple offers is 90 days... what a joke. If I don't have 2500 bucks today, I'm definitely not going to have it in 3 months... I'll probably have less. Anyway, I guess I'm just curious if anyone has had, or is having a similar experience? Is apple behind on orders after the holidays... has this new creator of light-weight unibody macbooks gone on the fritz? Did iLife '09 get pre-installed on my computer and melt it's face? Someone please tell me... is everything going to be ok?! The good news is my 21 months of no interest financing doesn't start until they put the computer in my hands! Oh yeah, and do you think my computer will come with iLife '09 and that has been part of my waiting process, or will I still have to go drop an extra 10 bucks (or make Nebraska Furniture Mart give it to me for free, for making me wait.... and a copy of final cut studio 2). Thanks in advance for the thought provoking and educational education that will most certainly ensue as I painstakingly count down to the next... "Your deliverty status 4-2-1-5-7-7-2-5 has been delayed. It will now arrive, When-Pigs-Fly."