The idea is so good that it might actually replace laptops and netbooks, Mobile phones are becoming more and more powerful, they are catching up to laptops, it's a good time for companies to capitalize on the next big thing... a mobile/desktop hybrid like Atrix... When a phone is on it's own it should run a mobile phone UI but when you dock it with a screen, mouse and a keyboard, or a docking laptop, it should boot up or switch to the full OS. Mobile UI and the "desktop OS" should be able to "communicate" with each other like it is on Atrix... if you have tabs opened in mobile Firefox, when you dock they should be open up in full desktop Firefox and visa versa. That really is a killer idea by Motorola and IMO a natural progression for mobile phones, Apple and especially Microsoft should capitalize on that immediately. Microsoft, if they are smart will copy Motorola Atrix with Windows 8, they already confirmed that Windows 8 will support ARM architecture meaning that they are thinking about it, their Windows Phone 7 is failure, now is their chance to capture the mobile segment and dominate both the desktop and the mobile arena and it's the same for Apple, they are dominating the highend mobile segment and it's their chance to dominate on the desktop segment aswell. Microsoft wants to capture the mobile, Apple wants to capture the desktop. Imagine having the REAL desktop power in your hands... on the go you are using the mobile iPhone UI, once you reach your office, you dock your phone to a docking station and on comes up full OSX desktop with all the desktop applications and all the tabs and info you might've opened when you were on the go. Isn't that just a brilliant idea? It could really be a laptop and a netbook killer! Who would buy a laptop anymore when you have the same power and the OS experience on the mobile that is more compact, flexible and always with you?