I'm still holding out for a 27" LED Cinema Display to come into existence. I figure I'll get one, and eventually replace the new 2010 Mini with a 27" iMac once a mobile Radeon 57xx or 58xx is dropped in (and have dual 27-inch displays). In the interim I have my 23" HD Apple Cinema Display from early 2005 (aluminum, DVI, USB2/Firewire 400 hub). For audio I currently use some Sony studio monitors, but circumaural monitors do tend to make your ears sweat after a while. This being said, I'm looking for a stopgap audio solution. Here's the requirements: Needs to be crystal clear at 3 feet. 10 feet is a bonus, but merely a nice to have. 2W to 4W total output is probably more than sufficient. Lack of an AC adapter is a HUGE plus. A minimum of cables. Ideally I'd like the limit to be one speaker to be connected to the Mac via some interface (USB, Firewire or Audio Out), and the other daisy-chained. However battery-powered bluetooth would also be fine as long as rechargeable battery cells are viable. A subwoofer is not required. Should be compact and look decent. Nothing gimmicky looking. No translucent plastic or acrylic. No required drivers. Ideally I'd like to keep it under $50, though very well-designed solutions I'm always willing to pay for (hell, I have an Eames lounge!) Thanks in advance. Please provide links if you can. Big bonus if I can just pick them up at an Apple Retail store (since there's 8 within 30 minutes).