Before I started coming to Mac Rumors really often, I used the Buyer's Guide to get a general idea of what products where currently a good buy. It was very useful and I got a great overview of the Apple's products. I think some changes could make the guide even better though. A few ways in which the guide could be improved: -Split the iPod section into three sub-sections: video iPod, iPod nano and iPod shuffle. One section starting with the original iPod and ending with the video iPod. One section starting with the iPod mini and ending with the current iPod nano. And lastly one for the iPod Shuffle. The U2 iPod would be included in the video iPod section. -Include the PowerBook and iBook into the history of the MacBook Pro and MacBook respectively. The Mac Pro section includes the Power Mac in it's history because they are clearly the same machine, just with a different name. The MacBook is clearly the replacement of the iBook and same with the MacBook Pro/PowerBook. -Include Apple software in the Buyer's Guide. iWork, iLife and the other consumer apps. I don't think the pro apps need to be included because of their nature. Perhaps even the operating system versions here too. -Other products like Airport, iSight, iPod Hi-Fi might have one section total that shows when the product was introduced and some info on them. -Information about the education discount and refurbished products included in the introduction to the guide. -Perhaps a list of trusted vendors. What do you think? Anything else you would change?