I'm really curious about the opinions overall about Apple's new design sense, which is why I'm making this thread. Please respond thoroughly if you could indulge me. It's obvious to anyone that Apple is trying to phase out the "all white" look, and I am sure the runaway black iPod sales have something to do with it. However, I don't feel the way they are going about it is entirely cohesive. Let's start with the new iMacs. They look kind of slapped together, but not as much as they do when you attach the keyboard and Mighty Mouse to it. I am typing this on my new 2.16 MacBook, and I love the keyboard, but it looks really strange as a standalone keyboard, particularly the metal it's attached to. It looks like weird placeholder keyboard in a furniture store. Also, the Mighty Mouse looks nice without the grey squeeze buttons, though I find it strange since they matched the aluminum better. There is no white anywhere on the new iMac, but all the accessories are still white ... what gives? There are the new iPods, now. I've heard the fatty nanos look great in person, and I'm going to have to take people's words for it, but the older nanos had a beautiful shape. I won't judge it too much till I can see it in person. The iPod classic, however ... the black is okay, but the silver looks really cheap. I'm definitely going to be picking up an old white one, partially because it'll match the rest of my set-up, and because I can never imagine needing 80GB (I'm sure I'll eat those words eventually). I am sure that my post is missing substance, and I will be happy if you will be able to amend my thoughts. However, please tell me what you think of Apple's new aesthetic decisions.