So I was wondering how many were interested in a Mac tablet. Lets base if off the following product: http://www.tabletkiosk.com/tkstore/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=17&idproduct=121 Think of this. 12" or 13" screen. Slate, which means no keyboard. The ability to use an on-screen keyboard to type a la Origami: Along with a slim factor, think MBP think. 1.6 Ghz Core 2 Duo. 80-160GB Hybrid HD. 1GB RAM stock. iSight built in (swivel so that you can get optimum angle). Bt. 802.11n. 2 Express PCI cards. Two hot swappable bays. One for a CD player , one for a battery. Of course you can have to batteries or a battery and a extra peripheal bay (think FW800, modem, memory card slots, something for the on-road warrior) or another HD. Everyone loves backup. 5 HR battery life on each battery. Dock for the batteries so you can charge multiple and take many on the go. A built in stand in the back so you can lay it on a desk to watch videos or take notes. Also make the iSight swivel back so you can take video of teacher's lecture or pictures of your friends. Think of it. Video recording or pictures of the board along side audio recording along side text and hand drawn diagrams. When they talked about the future this is it. I mean not only is this design quite feasible, maybe the bays, two PCI slots and battery are a bit of stretch (mind you not that much!), but the rest is readily available in one package. So, let me know if you would go for something like this?