Hey guys, as some of you are aware, I recently purchased a Sony Vaio Z because Apple didn't have anything to offer in the product category that I was interested in (a fully-featured ultraportable). I've posted this on another forum, but I thought I'd share a concept of what I was looking for from Apple. Do you think this would be feasible? Macbook X Series Target audience: mobile professionals - 13.1" screen, resolution of 1600 x 900 (40% greater than the current 13.3" Macbook Pro) - Smaller footprint than the Macbook Pro 13". 12.4"(W) x 1.0 - 1.3"(H) x 8.3"(D) - Intel Core i5-540M processor (2.53GHz) with Turbo Boost up to 3.06GHz - 256 GB SSD - 4 GB memory - NVIDIA GeForce GT 330M GPU (1GB VRAM) - Optical disk drive: CD/DVD read/write - Scratch-resistant screen, chiclet-style keyboard, large multi-touch touchpad - SD card slot, 3 USB ports, DMI connection output, Gigabit ethernet port, DC-in, VGA output - Made of aluminum and carbon fiber. 3.2 lb, 1 inch thin - Unibody construction: 5-7 hours of battery life - Offered in black and silver Price point: $2099. Optional upgrades: faster processor, more RAM, etc. It may seem unreasonable to fit so much into such a light package, but Sony offers similar stats in its Vaio Z series. Plus, this would be priced well above the 13" Macbook Pro. Anyway, just an idea.