As Mac users, we're used to paying a premium price for a well-designed product when much cheaper alternatives are available. Thus, we're the perfect market for the Gillette Fusion Power. I received and used one this morning (gotta love Amazon Prime - one click and it arrives two days later with no shipping and no tax), and I thought I'd write a review. To begin with, the case which holds the razor itself is well designed - it can be laid flat (as with all cases) but also stands vertically - a nice touch. The orange color scheme is reminiscent of the tangerine Macs. The razor itself is roughly the size of the Gillette M3 Power but more "futuristic" in design. The feel is fantastic (it's plastic, but it feels a lot like metal), and there's even a little battery meter (which seems unnecessary - my M3 Power has used the same battery since May 2004 with almost daily use and still works fine). The cartridge is phenomenal - five blades for normal shaving, plus one at the top for trimming, shaving the top of your upper lip area, etc. I shaved with a fresh M3 Power cartridge yesterday, and the new Fusion one today, and, as much as I liked the M3, the Fusion cartridge does shave more smoothly and closer. And the trimmer is one of those things you never realized you needed until you have it (like Exposé...). However, unlike with the M3 Power (which could use the essentially identical but cheaper Mach cartridges), the Fusion needs its own. I would suspect that the Fusion Manual and Fusion Power ones are interchangeable (and the Manual ones are about 10% cheaper), but I can't verify that. Even though the cartridges are rather expensive, if they last anywhere near as long as the Mach ones do, the cost-per-day is still very low. Highly recommended.