Hi, I have always been amazed how Apple leads the way taking out and putting new technologies on their products, like they stopped putting floppy disks drives on their computers way before other "PC" manufacturers followed their steps, or when they equipped their notebooks standard with wireless n when people did not even know what that was (regular people anyways.) The thing is there are a couple of things that i would like Apple to try loosen off their future products here are some: Optic drive: Lets face it, DVD is already obsolete, Blue-Ray could kick in but still, for portability flash memory is the way to go. The chunky optic drive takes in a lot of space and weight, which could be used to put extra battery, a second hard-drive, etc. Off-course if the optic drive is shaved off the system then at least they should include a card reader (not one of those 10000 in 1 but a 1 card thing, e.g. SD card reader, has nice performance and is small enough.) Some people could say that instead of dropping Optic drive they should just go for a Blue-Ray drive, but i still think its pointless, besides all the space and noise they take/make, since the disk is spinning at high speeds its not very wise to use them while the laptop is moving (even if its slightly like the car/train/airplane/your lap moves.) So it would be good if to get rid of them (inside the laptop, but maybe they could offer an external one, and even a blue ray version but external, so you can have in your desktop set up, anyway someone that pays $1800+ for a laptop wouldn't mind paying another $60-80 *thats about what apple charges for the external DVD drive for the Air, still can be found cheaper online, even for $30* for the external drive if it means the laptop's battery will be extended, or more capacity, etc.) I would like to see in the "Mac Book Pro" (don't think that the iBook could handle it, nor it needs it) dual monitor support (not the laptop's monitor + 1 external, but more like 2 externals and thats it.) Why is that? well dual monitor have become increasedly popular these days, but the thing is that to get the most out of it, you would want to go for 19"-24" monitors, while the laptop's built in is 15.4" or 17" so when you put them side by side they don't go quite perfect, also they usually have slightly different resolutions (though Mac OS X does a great job dealing with it, I still believe that having two identical monitors would be much better. Last thing, I haven't seen the last generation Mac Book Pro or iBook or if they changed it already. The thing is, that the light sensors of the Mac Book Pro (previous Gen, Aug 2008 more or less) was somewhere between the speakers and the keyboard, which means that when you write sometimes you make shadows and the light comes on and the screen brightness lowers, and that might happen repeatedly and is rather annoying after a while, I think they should change the sensor location (for instance, put them near the web cam, that area is almost sure to give an accurate reading of the light intensity) or just put a delay in the OS or something so if the light changes several times during short periods of times, the system stop changing the light intensity for a while. Anyway, tell me what you think.