I know I could just call Apple directly on this question, but thought I'd ask here too. Let's suppose I do go ahead and place an order today at the Apple Store, for the current 15" TiBook, and I receive it a few days from now (or whatever the shipping time ends up being). Now further suppose that a week or so later, Apple announces an updated PowerBook and starts taking orders for those. I've seen it suggested, in various threads over the past few months, that if such a product announcement happens within 30 days of the original purchase, Apple offers customers the opportunity to ship the "old" computer back and update to the newer model, but this sounds extremely unlikely to me. If I read Apple's Sales and Refunds policy, the only words that sound remotely close to this are those that discuss the ten business day window for returns due to "[dissatisfaction] with your Apple purchase of a pre-built product". Can anyone comment on this?