So this was an interesting question that I thought of today after the news that Apple had dropped the price of all dongles.... With the requirement that the MacBooks remain the same as in no hardware changes, what could apple do to make you "happy" or at least neutral about the new MacBooks? I for one would like four things to happen that I don't think is so far outside of the realm of possibility.... These are listed below in order of best possibility of happening to least possibility. 1. Permanently drop the prices of the dongles (so the sale prices that were announced today would remain past the first of the year) 2. If Apple is really interested in "helping" people transition to the new ports, include at least one USB A to USB C dongle in the box of every MacBook. They did it with the iPhone, they can do it with the MacBook. 3. Permanently drop the price of the 2016 line by $200-300. So that would make the base model no touch bar cost $1199-$1299 and the 13" touch bar cost $1499-$1599. This would still make the base model MacBook air "replacement" (more on this in requirement number 4) cost more then the original air by about $300 but you would be getting a much higher quality screen for the price. The Touch Bar model would then become much more interesting because of the lower price. 4. A bit more unlikely but still an issue for me... Rename the damn non touch bar 13" as just MacBook. The machine has much more in common with a MacBook then it does with a MacBook pro. This renaming should also effect other laptop models. Rename the 12" MacBook as MacBook Air and get rid of the original 13" air. So now you have the MacBook air, MacBook, and MacBook pro. Pricing for the 12" MacBook should drop by $100-$200 to better position itself as the entry level ultraportable that the original MacBook air was. That is what I would like to see Apple do to correct this mess of a laptop lineup. What would you like to see?