I don't know if this has been brought up, I searched and didn't find anything, so here goes. As you know, Apple within the last month has teamed with Best Buy (which Dell has recently done as well), to display and sell their products in store. I recently went to a Best Buy and its the whole deal, basically a slice from an apple store placed in Best Buy. They have a large wall with two LCD monitors, and their tables holding "all" of their products. Built into the wall is all the accessories (airport extreme base station, mice (wired/not), keyboards, software, gadgets, ilife, iwork, basically....everything that is made by Apple and what they sale at their stores. But wait....iMac (both sizes), laptops (MB [b/w],MBP), apple cinema displays. Ok, there wasn't a MacPro, but this is Best Buy, they're aiming at the average non professional consumer. However, the biggest components missing, especially from a market at which it is aimed at...the Mini. There was no Mac Mini. Like I said, I understand not having the Mac Pro, but of all computers to sale at Best Buy, and in the attempt t reach the most people...no Mini? Thats my two cents. I wonder if anyone else picked up on this! And, Apple did it at the right time, around the holidays when Best Buy is a mad house...who would have time to realize they don't have a Mac Mini displayed! note: this was my best buy. EDIT: Mac Mini is the ONLY computer not on www.bestbuy.com Really Excited!!!!!