The facts as I gather them are: Apple is about to go through a product transition. Apple has a knack of releasing revolutionary products with new features and high price points and lowering those prices before competitors can catch up (cf MBA, iPhone) and plans to repeat this format. Whether or not these two points are related is unclear so the transition could be updates to existing models, or the release of revolutionary new products, such as the iPhone and MBA, or both. Bearing in mind, Steve again warned that there would be "several more wonderful new products to launch in the coming months", and that several of these aspirations are likely to have materialised before end of Q4, which of these are you MOST hoping for? 1. Bluray and HDCP compliance rollout (including new displays), that will slow sales on the Macbooks as ppl wait for the technology to trickle down. 2. New form factor MBPs which will compromise MB sales as the MB form factor remains the same for the time being. 3. SSDs being rolled out across the notebook line, which will slow MBP sales among HD-space hungry buyers and slow MB sales as the MB won't get them this time round. 4. Tablet Mac with a 13" screen, rather like what many ppl hoped the MBA would be and we have heard has been in development for years now. 5. The much vaunted and heavily-rumoured return of the newton; a tablet 1.5x the size of the iphone. A multi-touch PDA that sits between the iphone and the MBA in the ultra-portable line (effectively a 7-8" tablet). 6. A form factor change for the mac mini which renders it smaller (as has been rumored). 7. A form factor change for the mac mini which makes into more of a fully-fledged desktop, or perhaps a new model that exists alongside the mini. The xMac/mid-range tower that many ppl have been clamouring for since the death of the over-priced cube. 8. 12" MBP (don't hold any stock in this whatsoever myself, but enough ppl seem to want it so whatever). 9. Multi-touch all over the place. iPods classic and nano get touchscreens. The iMac goes multi-touch along with new displays. Yadda-yadda-yadda. Sorry for making this all one option, but there were too many multi-touch suggestions in the main thread. Besides, if Apple made it clear that every mac was gonna go touchscreen over the next 12 months, you can expect that that would hit sales on the low-end models pretty hard.