Glad to find some fellow Air admirers around here. I'm posting because I am both hoping for a Rev C Air and also figure that you all have lots of hands-on experience with the current generation machines. I would be thrilled if an update were to be announced in the coming weeks. I certainly wouldn't complain if I were able to have double the RAM or a processor bump, namely. With that said, I am currently considering the current, Rev B 1.86 SSD machine, trying to evaluate it to see if it meets my needs. Maybe someone will chime in and let me know based on your experience if it would be enough, or if I'm dreaming and need to wait for a more powerful Rev C or go with a Macbook or Macbook Pro! I am a web designer and developer, spending most of my time in Adobe Fireworks, Photoshop (72 dpi files), illustrator, Textmate, Terminal, Xcode, iPhone SDK, etc (Note: not at the same time!). My current machine is an iMac G5 20" 2.1ghz with 1.5 gb ram. I believe that any intel core machine would be an improvement! Geekbench scores show that the 1.86ghz Air has over double the performance of the iMac that I am currently using as my only machine! My previous Macs were a 15" PB G4 and then a 12" PB before the iMac. Truth is, I have been really missing/craving mobility. I upgraded to the iMac because, at the time, I needed more screen real-estate and power for an even trade from the 12" PB. I want portability back! Something that can go with me everywhere that I go in the city. I commute to work by bike or public transit, and while I'm sure that I could manage carrying a Macbook Pro, I anticipate it would get left behind much more often. I don't need an optical drive much, and definitely not on the go. I would connect an external display for serious productivity and design at home. So the question is: Can the current top model run this software sufficiently? Also, would I take a performance hit once an external display is connected? I know that it's won't top the charts in performance on tasks such as running filters, but I rarely do. I'm not a power user running batch processes. My guess is that I would feel a significant boost in performance over what I am currently working with (the iMac G5). I know that even a MacBook would provide better performance speed-wise, but it has things that I don't need that add to bulk (optical drive), and things lacking (a good display). I would appreciate any and all input!