I was pretty livid about the glossy-only options that are now spewing across Apple, but I guess I realized that I'm NOT going to go buy a stupid PC and I'll just have to work around it. Screen cover people, get to work. After watching the podcast of the video, I was really impressed at all the details that get left out of any news report. I love how Apple started to put decent GPUs on lower-end computers because I have had a hatred for the cheap-arse video solutions given on the cheaper computers sold. Assuming the whole computer industry actually does move to the new video port, I'm all for it. It definitely saves space. But the problem is I don't know how much monitors have fully accepted DVI. But luckily the standard adapters aren't too expensive (DL-DVI $99? Yikes!). The magnetic latch is an awesome addition. Ol' magnetism works wonders with MagSafe, and I hope the MagLatch (my term) is as productive. The other major thing left out is Blu-ray. If the whole cost issue is what's really holding Apple back, maybe I get it since they use slot-loading drives. However, since BD players have dropped about $100 everywhere in the past month, it's kind of a bad time to make that claim no matter how true it is. I also don't get the "complicated" negotiations part from the people who rolled out the iPhone. Sony has GOT to be easier to deal with than AT&T. On the other hand, I hope Sony realizes how dumb it will be to keep about 10 percent of the computer market from having access to Blu-ray drives. HDCP is probably here to stay, but they could make it easier however Jobs was talking about. A year from now, this had better get rectified or I'm gonna have some pissy e-mails to send to both Apple and Sony.