A friend of mine and I were discussing the potential replacement of the Mac Mini might be and came up with... naturally... the Mac Nano! Case: about the size of a TV, no space for an optical drive. Processor: Core Duo, or low-end Core 2 Duo, 1.8 - 2.0 GHz Memory: 1 GB, or 1.5 GB, not upgradable Optical Drive: none Storage: 20 - 30 GB Flash Ports: USB, Power, mini-DVI, Gigabit Ethernet, audio in/out, Mac Nano Stack connector Wireless: BlueTooth and Wi-Fi 802.11n Display: None No moving parts! No fan, no optical drive, no hard disk, no firewire. All solid state. So, what's the "Mac Nano Stack connector"? It is a special connector on the bottom of the Mac Nano that can be used to stack it with devices below it. These devices would be similar to the Mac Mini add-ons sold by 3rd parties that added hard drives, etc. The connector is on the bottom to permit stacking. The stack connector includes 2 (or more) USB 2.0 channels and extra power. This would permit a cable-less connection between the Mac Nano and the stack accessories. Apple would offer an external CD-ROM, DVD+/-RW, and hard disks. Third parties could offer similar accessories. Stack accessories would have a connector on the top to mate with the Mac Nano, and a connector on the bottom to mate with other accessories. Of course, the Mac Nano would have the clean on top. Thoughts?