Anyone else notice that with the new 21.5" iMacs Apple opted not to stick with C2D and Nvidia 320m? I wonder if this is a potential clue, as in the past five Macs (MacFive) used same basic configuration and setup including chipset. Until today, the 21.5" iMac had the same basic setup with C2D and Nvidia 9400m as the MBA, and prior Mm, MB, and 13" MBP. Now, Apple has used Core i3 and i5 in the 21.5" iMac. But even MORE INTERESTING is the ATI 4670 and 5670 being used with those new Core i-series CPUs. I certainly have always hoped that MacFive beyond C2D meant Core i-series with ATI discrete GPUs. Here Apple is even going as far as the 5670, which saves more energy too. I don't believe we would get an MBA with a 5670, but maybe this does mean a 5430 is possible along with a Core i7 LV CPU? That GPU is 7W. Use that with a 25W CPU with the IGP turned off... I certainly am hopeful now for an MBA that follows in strategy with the first of the MacFive to get beyond C2D and Nvidia GPU/chipset. Now, how long will we have to wait to find out? Also, I was glad Apple didn't reduce the price of the MBA. I have an extra one I am selling, and I didn't want Apple to ruin the value of it like they have done to MBA users in the past... but I would have been fine with a new MBA and a higher price tag. Enough to offset an ATI GPU and Core i7-6x0LM!