I didn't see a thread so here goes. Most of these are things I want to see, not sure how many will actually happen. iMovie: 1. Add back integration with iDVD. Come on Steve, not everyone just uploads videos. We still need to send Gramma a DVD once in a while. 2. Plugin/Effects Packs (similar to JamPacks for GB): some of the biggest complaints about iMovie '08 were the lack of effects, third party plugins and the dropping of themes. Well, they are back and better than ever. And in order to keep iMovie '08 simple, this time they are opt-in. Purchase what you want. iPhoto: 1. More integration with photo sharing sites including Flickr and SmugBug. 2. Photo mosaic creation (like in the new screen saver) iTunes: movie rentals. 14 days, transfer to iPod, iPhone or Apple TV. DVDs will start to ship with an H.264 FairPlay DRMed version of the movie on the DVD. Apple TV: not EOL but enhanced. New models with bigger disks and (maybe) optical drive. All models can use external HD. Direct purchase/rental via iTunes Store running on Apple TV (WiFi Store). Safari included with onscreen keyboard. iPhone: 1. The first third-party apps show up. Games, and apps like an eWallet for passwords/account numbers, complete with encryption and password protection. Pocket Quicken, To-do list, offline news reader, Outlook support and maybe offline editing via either Google apps directly on the phone or Pocket iWork. 2. Firmware update with all the missing items: cut/copy/paste, video camera, Safari bookmarks on home screen, larger iPod buttons for when driving or running, etc. 3. One Touch purchasing. We've all heard of 1-Click. Now here is 1-Touch. You'll be able to purchase anything from Starbucks, Apple Store or AT&T store via 1-Touch on your iPhone. Once you register, it will know who you are, your credit card, etc. There will be a Bluetooth kiosk like the self-service kiosks in stores now. You just scan the item, then click a single buy button on your phone and walk out. 4. Available now, 16gb iPhone w/ EDGE, $399. 8gb is $349. 5. Available July, 16gb iPhone w/ 3G, $599. 8gb is $499. One more thing... Sub notebook. 12" screen, no optical drive, very thin, uses flash memory and same HD as iPod classic. Trackpad has multi-touch interface built in, or a second panel for multi-touch. Oh and there is just one more thing... Mac mini is EOL. And replaced by...finally--the mid-sized tower. Finally. An expandable Mac that doesn't take up a room or cost the same as a used Honda Civic. Mini Tower or even pizza box style mac with--upgradeable processor, RAM, HD, Video Card, everything. Starting at just $1200. They'll sell millions. Sorry for the novel. Can't wait for MacWorld.