So I was thinking, the Pro line has its name due to the increased specs in relation to the rest of the computers. But nowadays, it carries an optical bay drive which isn't used by the vast majority of users. I can't remember when I last used mine. It takes up about a third of the case space, which is pretty big. Secondly, the world of computing is moving towards SSD and eventually HDD will disappear in the interior of machines (only to be used as external backup until SSD GB/$ goes down). Apple did say the MacBook Airs were the 'next generation macbooks'. I can see a blend from both, and Apple offering external optical disc as an option, removal of HDD and introduction of the SSD in the MBP lineup when the prices go down. Perhaps this will be the next case redesign. We have the technology to slim down computers, and being a laptop, it is only logical that they make it lighter and thinner, like the Air is. Perhaps the current MBPs will become Air, with a larger screen size. I know that if they had sold Airs at 15" I would have bought one instead of my MBP (my MBP being all the good that it is already). Comments?