Hi everyone, After I got a cold I decided to share thoughts regarding my dream-machine and ask about your opinion. For me it looks like Apple's on its way to drop optical media. But after analizing it's current lineup I came to conclusion that next move will be 15.4" Air without DVD drive rather than DVD-less MBP 13". Here's possible config for 15.4" AIR: Same full-power CPU as in 15.4" MBP (Up to i7 2.8Ghz or its successor) Same GPU as in 15.4" MBP (GT 330M or its successor) 1680x1050 screen without glass, but still glossy like current 11.6 and 13.3 MB Soldered DDR3 RAM (up to 8Gb) Same SSD stick as in current MBA (but up to 512Gb) No FW800 or Ethernet (not thick enough) 3x USB ports and second 3.5mm Jack Same battery capacity as in 15.4" MBP (~80Wh) Same speakers as in 15.4" MBP Slightly thicker than 13.3" and 11.6" MBA 1.7 .. 1.8Kg Price starting at 2100 USD And here's why I think my predictions are credible: Ditching DVD from whole MBP line isn't logical move at the moment. I can't imagine 17" without DVD or lack of full-featured 15" in lineup. Ditching DVD from 13" MBP only will result in somewhat awkward model very close to 13" MBA in features/performance, but cheaper (therefore heavier and with 2.5" HDD). Adding hardware from 15" is possible but will result in more expensive machine hence no entry level MBP 13" anymore. While many users want powerful MBP 13.3" it simply wont fit in existing lineup. 15.4" MBA, on the other hand, perfectly will. Being lighter than current 13.3" MBP with power of 15.4" MBP it'll become unique combination of portability and performance. And all this without forcing portable MAC users to abandon optical media completely (MBPs for them). Unlike aforementioned DVD-less 13.3MBP, this 15.4" MBA fits perfectly from economical point of view (I mean its price corresponds well with internal components). USB 3.0 in future will make for lack of FW800 (almost useless considering USB3.0 speed) and Ethernet (via USB3.0 to Gigabit ethernet adapter) Overall, 11.6" / 13.3" / 15.4" screens for MBA and 13.3" / 15.4" / 17" screens for MBP seem logical and do make sense. Thank you for reading all this stuff!