Just wrote Apple an email regarding inadequacies with their screen options, and design, via their Macbook Pro feedback page... http://www.apple.com/feedback/macbookpro.html I suggest you all do the same in trying to provoke Apple to build us what I know a lot of us want. Here's what I sent 'em.... "Hello, I guess this is the closest thing to a suggestion box for Apple. I'd just like to voice my requests, and possibly influence the future of whats offered in the MBP line. These requests are not only my own, but many others that compute with OSX, as well. I'd think if enough of us spoke up, Apple would in turn follow suit with what their customers want... 1. Please offer an anti glare 13" MBP. The gloss screens are just terrible for a "portable" computer. I'm confused as to why its not standard, instead of just being an option. 2. Please engineer the screen bezels on all of your MBP's to be as thin or thinner than the 17" MBP. In fact, make the screen go completely edge to edge. You could fit a 14.5" screen in a 13" chassis. That would look amazing! (anti glare of course) 3. Please offer anti glare on the 15" in 1440x900, as well. The absence of this is mostly why I am not purchasing right now, and would rather wait to see what you'll do in the next revision. You have a glossy 1440x900. Why not an anti glare 1440x900? 4. Please return the keyboard to silver. I have not found a single person that digs the black keys that were introduced with the unibody MBP's. The only reason I can see for the change was to maybe add contrast to the illumination coming through the keys. I never saw a problem with the silver keys on my Powerbook though. Nor had anyone else I know with Powerbooks, and non unibody MBP's. I know these requests are mostly cosmetic, but the anti glare screens should really be offered on all sizes of the MBP, and with all available resolutions. If you offer a 1440x900 anti glare 15", I'll buy! If you offer an anti glare 13" without a huge bezel taking up real estate that could be used for more screen, I'll buy! Hopefully all these issues will be addressed with the introduction of the Sandy Bridge Huron River CPU's into the MBP line in 2011. I will be waiting patiently until then... Thanks for hearing(reading) me out!" Couldn't hurt, right?!!