The MBP seems to be a massively bigger seller than the MBA, I always see MBPs around the place, but absolutely rarely do I ever see MBA. Maybe it's the price, or lower specs than the 13" MBP. Also as an illustration of the difference in popularity, there's always more activity on the MBP forum by a factor of about a trillion. When I do get a rare glimpse of an MBA in the wild, it's always a welcome sight. In my opinion it's the best-looking noteobook ever created, in fact I'd also extend that to the best notebook ever created - the weight/power ratio, especially revs b/c, is the most impressive and pleasing I have ever seen in a notebook. I sometimes wonder if my fondness of the MBA would be the same if it was as ubiquitous and common as the MBP, and I have to say, with a tinge of shame, that no it might not have been. It's still a head-turner and people marvel at it's capability eg at presentations, airports, etc. That effect doesn't seem to have been diluted. It feels more 'exclusive' to own one, more unique. A tacit admission of bare-faced materialism? Not a savory thought for me at all! Your own thoughts on the 'exclusivity' of the MBA? Do you like the fact that they're a rarer and premium breed? Do you view other notebooks as common, lesser creations than your lofty MBA? Do you quietely hope for, dare I say it, a more expensive MBA Rev D?