There's a lot of talk naturally about new Retina Macbooks. In many aspects, it feels like 2008 when the original Air was introduced. The price is even higher (the original Air was $1800) and there's outcry from some folks because of the design compromises - especially the non-replacable parts. Me personally, I love it and it's a laptop I dreamed about, I was even happier to hear that it has two TB ports which means the one port can always be used for connecting legacy hardware (FW, Gigabit Ethernet) - which in my humble opinion is a solution to most of the "problems" to a lot of people. I wanted to ask you: Do you think that Retina Macbook will have the same fate as Macbook Air? There could be two years where this product is treated as premium and after that period we could see the same transformation of the rest of the Mac line. Or do you think this change will occur sooner, while maintaining adequate price points?