Won't the new iMac with a glossy screen anger graphics pros since there's no choice of a matte display for truer color? It seems like apple is using the display as the distinction between their consumer and pro lines now, just as they did with the macbook and macbook pro. No longer can a graphics pro get a cheap workstation, and all in one package that will do what they need it to do, with a matte screen. Now the mac-using designers, photographers, and graphic artists will have to buy an acd for their imac if they want a matte-finish screen, taking away the all in one form factor, or not buying an imac at all, narrowing their choices down to the mac pro in the desktop area, which is considerably more expensive and bulky, and overall not necessary unless a very powerful workstation is needed. I don't know what your impression was, but it seemed that throughout that whole imac part of the presentation, Jobs was trying to sell glossy screens, as he said the 'pros think they look more professional, and the consumers think they look more high end,' or something along those lines. Is jobs trying to corner pros into apple's more expensive offerings, or has he just gone completely insane? On another note, apparently the press didn't like the new imac very much, there was barely any applause at that point in the keynote, which is unusual when Jobs announces a new product. I think the previous design was much more aesthetically pleasing, anyway, not caring for the black trim around the edge of the screen. Like the aluminum though.