I've owned several MBAs- rev A, rev B and currently a 2010 11" Ultimate. For me the rev A to rev B upgrade was marginal, I saw no point in upgrading to a rev C and the only reason I upgraded to the 11" is because it's smaller (4GB memory was a bonus). So with the rumours of a new MBA being imminent I have to wonder if it will actually be much different. Assuming they stick with Intel cpus then perhaps we'll see an i3 and perhaps improved SSD. But will I actually notice the difference? No-one buys one of these *primarily* as a games/performance machine so is anyone going to care much if you get a 10% performance improvement: which, tests have shown, you can get today by buying the 1.6GHz processor. I did and I can't tell the difference. So is it likely the new MBA will be that much of an improvement? Probably not. What if they do switch to an A5, like the iPad- as many rumours predict. Well, for me, that would be a major down grade. Suddenly we're back to the PowerPC days: boot camp won't work and neither will VMWare or parallels. And there isn't any available Intel-to-Atom virtual machines available to us consumers- and given that the MBA will be the only Atom powered Mac it's a tiny niche so who would bother producing such a translator? Apple. perhaps- but wouldn't we have heard rumours of that. So- new MBA? Yeah possibly but should any of us really care? Best case probably not as we're likely not to even notice the difference and worse case it will be a big retrograde step. So, unlike some of the panicky posters on this forum, I won't be rushing to ebay my MBA. Unless. Unless it comes with a touch screen, a removable keyboard and an OS and apps that work well with both touch (like the iPad) and trackpad/mouse and keyboard (like a Mac). But I think that's the stuff of dreams.