After fooling around with a new Toshiba Celeron laptop (the one I bought to replace my MacBook) - including running the Beta of Windows Vista on it quite smoothly (this is a Celeron M 4-- series, which, so far as I can tell, is basically a rebranded Core Solo). I was thinking, for a lot of people's needs, Apple might consider a "low end" MacBook (the basic MacBook, after all, is really somewhere in the middle of notebooks). Something like this: Celeron M 410 (1.46 Ghz) 1 Gigabyte of Ram (I think a Gig of Ram will be standard within a few months, anyways, on all but the cheapest of the cheap) - 1 x 1 Gig chip. 40 Gigabyte Hard Drive Intel GMA 950 Non-Airport Wireless, no Bluetooth My private suggestion is to omit the optical drive altogether, and offer a combo DVD burner/external hard drive as an add-on. I imagine something like that could be shipped, together with iLife, for $599 or so. As well, I'd ship them in plenty of colours - at least half a dozen - along with a Metallic option, a la the 12" Powerbooks. At the same time, I'd say, bump the MacBooks by adding non-integrated graphics to them, while increasing the speed of the Pros. After all, we have a three option desktop line - Mini-iMac-MacPro, it would make some sense to replicate it down the line. As well, this would appeal to someone like myself, who loves Macs, especially for road work, but who already has a powerful desktop and is looking for something for fairly light work.