The rumor about iOS and OSX falling under the iOS brand has a large percentage of Mac enthusiasts screaming. I personally am not jumping to conclusions. OSX is getting up there in years and the Mac has seen a number of redesigns. But aside from the usual increases in power/performance and design upgrades, the desktop line has been relatively stagnant. I mean, how much more innovation can we see with OSX? This is why I think Apple may be integrating the two OS's together. The mobile line is becoming more like a desktop. You can do almost everything a desktop can do, just without horsepower. The same thing can not be said for desktop computers. There are things my Mac just can't do that my iPod touch can. I think by adding a touch feature to Mac OS you are essentially blurring the line even more between mobile devices and desktop. Why shouldn't I be able to use a touch feature on a desktop? Isn't it more capable than say, an iPhone or iPad? One major reason I would love to to see this added is for Applications like Logic Audio. Often times I will have 25+ tracks running simultaneously. Using a mouse to adjust faders on individual audio tracks and knobs on effects and synths can be tedious. Having the ability to adjust these by touching them would create a more personalized and efficient workflow. Just one example. I realize that iOS and OSX are separate beasts. Maybe they'll stay that way but start acting more and more like each other. The iMac would be the perfect starting point. Is this a bad thing?