I bought my first Mac in November and installed various Apps which I knew would be necessary to my work. Love the machine and love the Apps. As a newby I joined or hovered on the fringes of several forums with a view to learning more quickly. In general it has been very helpful so far, and I've no regrets. However, one of the things I was advised early on was that I should hold off validating my evaluation copy of IWork because a new version was imminent. Members confidently and authorititavely informed me a new version (IWork 11) would be launched with the new Mac App Store on 6 January. I have therefore spent about a month waiting.. Guess what? It turns out that those who responded so knowingly, knew no more than I did! Please will we all learn from this? Stop speculating and taking personal wish lists, turning them into definitive facts and advising others of the good news. It really is not helpful to anyone and only raises expectations which are never going to be met. On the other hand, those of you who have real news, please keep us informed, it can be helpful providing we're dealing with facts, not idle speculation.