Why does Apple have such a fear of eSata? I've just seen the (maybe) new specs for the new Mac Mini and iMac. Always nice to see an update. FW800 is good. But why no eSATA? It's taking over the PC market. Even Apple now use SATA drives and SATA controllers. So why not add an eSATA port? It's really cheap, it's a simple connector, only costs a few pennies, not like FW or HDMI. eSATA lets you have MASSIVE bandwidth to CHEAP external drives. It's much cheaper to find an eSATA single drive enclosure or RAID enclosure than the equivalent FW800. Come on Apple, add eSATA to the Macbook, iMac, and Mac Mini - that'll help to future-proof them.