I think the current lineup of 2 MacBook Airs (11", 13") and 3 MacBook Pros (13", 15", 15"+retina) is great and all, but the naming conventions are dated and confusing for buyers. I prefer the line up of a few years ago when you had the base-level MacBook (white and black) which was good for just about everybody, the pro-level MacBook Pros, and the ultra-portable MacBook Air. I think they should either drop the "Pro" naming convention altogether and just call them the MacBook, or introduce another machine for consumers that isn't as powerful as the Pro, or as light and compromising as the Air. Apple is so far removed from the "Pro" scene that they should stop using that as it may make the average consumer feel as if it is more powerful than necessary for their basic needs. Thoughts?