As most of you know, the plastic MacBook is still in production and still gets minor updates from Apple, although Apple has dropped the Black one. While the design of the plastic MacBook is still an excellent product (after 2 years I still love mine, and I'm keeping it until its death) with an excellent design, performance, portability, value, and connivence. What do I mean by that? Besides the Mac Pro, it is currently the easiest to upgrade. It still has a removable battery with extremely easy access to the HD and RAM. And I believe the plastic MacBook still has a strong market, otherwise Apple would have discontinued it by now. But as good as a product may be, it will never last forever. The MacBook will certainly get an overhaul sometime. It cannot simply stay this way, and Apple cannot drop it, because then there would be no "MacBook" in the line up. Your choice would be the Air or Pro. Now, I've heard rumors (which I don't believe) that the MacBook might become a tablet of some sort, but I don't buy that, because it wouldn't be a MacBook. If Apple releases a tablet, I wouldn't count on it being called a MacBook. Realistically, I see one of three things happening: A) Apple keeps the same general design, but uses Aluminum (not unibody), possibly an LED backlight, and maybe a little thinner. B) Apple sticks with plastic but changes the design slightly, and possibly offers more colors such as black. C) Apple changes the design slightly, but uses Aluminum body (not unibody), possibly an LED backlight, and maybe a little thinner. What do you guys think?