I think it's pretty clear that towards the end of SJ's reign, the Mac Pro, and most of Apple's Pro Tools, were either headed for the dust bin or on a path to be diluted down for the mass market. I think the key to the future of the Mac Pro and related apps at Apple lies with Tim Cook now though. And he's clearly demonstrated that he's not afraid to go in radically different directions from his former boss on a variety of topics. The question is, what does Tim Cook think about the market for the Mac Pro, and professional software tools? I don't know that we have clues of late to tell us much, and even if he does see a bright future for professionals under the Apple umbrella, it may take many months to resuscitate and breath new life into moth-balled pro-related programs. We know he comes from a PC background, but we've also heard his rhetoric loud and clear of late about the post-PC era. He also seems to be very focused on crushing competition... and therefore may be the kind of person that would be reluctant to cede any market to a competitor that he can effectively compete in. So what do you think Tim Cook will do with the Mac Pro and related software suites?