I'm a teacher. I need portability. Always running between classes and quickly setting up my Mac to project Keynote presentations for high school history lessons. I love the MacBook Air and always have, it's the perfect computer for me. I currently have a high end Rev C MacBook Air and am considering selling it on eBay for the new high end 13.3" MacBook Air. But I'm torn, and I'm worried the negatives are a deal breaker... Positives Glass trackpad (finally) High res display (will be a pleasure to use, I can already tell) Two USB ports on either side of Mac (fantastic idea) Great graphics card for this class of computer Stereo speakers (been waiting a long time for this, music will sound fantastic!) FaceTime camera (my whole family has iPhone 4's) Lighter Thinner Negatives No backlit keyboard (I often plan lessons late at night, bad move Apple) No infra red (I use the Apple remote in the class room all day with Keynote) So as you can see, i know my two negatives wouldn't be a deal breaker for many people, but in my circumstances, well lets just say this is the first time Apple have ever revised a product and made me think they have taken a step forwards and backwards all at the same time. The Air essentially is for business consumers and people wanting to offer presentations in an efficient and effective way, without the fuss of carrying around a weighty MacBook Pro. What the hell is the point of taking out infra red? How else am I meant to operate Keynote? Is there such a thing as an Apple bluetooth remote?! And as for taking out the backlit keyboard, that was one of the sexiest things about the old Airs! They lit up keyboard was jaw dropping and gorgeous! Money isn't an issue so don't take that into account. I love having the latest Apple products but for the first time am completely torn. Advice please!