One of the thing reli borders me is the attitude when apple is making this Macbook pro product. I was just thinking... you know the new MBP is very very thin. But is it that important to be so thin? Will it be a bit more sensible to make it slightly thinker, but with better cooling, a more durable case and less fragile? coz apparently, the fan of the unibody MBP is quite noisy when under load. Will you sacrifice like 2-3mm for a better cooled system? or even a system with faster graphics? it is all seemed that apple has created so many gimmick for this computer which actually doesn't do any good in terms of the usage of the computer? And one of the things i though about is you know the MBP, after you opened it, there are quite a few left over spaces around the CD-ROM, will it be better to put the harddrive there, and then we can have the whole bottom section as the battery? it seems they have taken the "easy swap" harddrive a little bit too far.. i mean i guess no one will swap their harddrive so frequently.. As the battery life on the new unibody MBP is very very disappointing just a thought. Please leave comments. This is a discussion thread. Not attacking apple or anyone.