I think multitouch makes perfect sense on the iPhone and the iPod touch. I mean, the only form of input you have on those devices is the screen, and if they didn't support multitouch it would be a bit like having a mac without a keyboard and only a one-button mouse. However, on all Apple notebooks you have a full-size keyboard along with a nice-sized trackpad. With the MBA, they decided to implement some ideas from the iPhone back into laptops, such as the zooming, turning pictures... etc. My question is... am I the only one that thinks this is kind of... gimmicky? I mean, I can see people using the two-finger scroll to move around a website in safari or what have you... but do people really need a laptop that recognizes two-finger rotation for turning photos in 90 degree increments? Personally, I probably wouldn't even remember the shortcut until after I had already pressed the "turn 90 degrees clockwise" button. I have difficulty seeing people actually using this on a laptop, unless that's the only thing they did. What are your thoughts?