With FCPX is Apple just making it easier for everyone to be able to produce great looking video? No need for many non-profit organisations to waste precious recources on hiring a "specialist". Is FCPX the start of the demystification of the film-making process? Same thing happened with photography (to the dismay of "gatekeeper-pros") when the dslr and photoshop came along. Does Apple see a very different future, where the kind of work that was handled by editing facilities now passed onto small shops and individuals? In the graphic/web design world this is already happening, large design houses crumbling due to the high costs. Small shops/freelancers more flexible, lower overheads seem to be doing very well. Are the "upset-pros" actually the technicians, mac-monkeys, button pushers who realise they are becoming largely irrelevant? What do these "pro's" edit anyways that has any worth to society, most of the movies coming out are horrible and everything on tv is a waste of time. Youtube/Vimeo is far more entertaining these days. Just some random thoughts, "upset-pros" feel free to downrate if it makes you feel better.