I don't think a minor processor speed bump and a price cut are enough to call the latest MBA a Rev C. There is no major rearchitecture or changes as there was REV A to Rev B. There are no worries about will a Rev B HD/SSD fit in a Rev C, etc. Everything is basically the same. It seems to me that with all the Rev C hoopla leading up to the announcement, people are just, for whatever reason, on whatever bandwagon calling it a Rev C without really thinking about it. This is v2.1, not 3.0 Who determines what the actual revision designation is? It seems to be very MBA specific as I don't really see it with the other platforms.