My current lineup is in the signature. However, as I will be moving around in the year to come, I'd like to ditch my desktop setup with my beautiful matte 20-inch ACD. I often use my MBP on its own, but whenever I do I find that I desperately miss the matte display, plus, 13" isn't really enough screen real estate for me. Hence, I am sincerely considering getting a 15" base model MBP with a matte screen. However, I do know that Apple most likely will come out with a brand new line of MBPs next year, which is why I am asking what Apple's current position is on matte displays. On the one hand, I have bad experience buying Rev. 1 Macs (hello Powerbook G4 and MacBook Air), however, on the other hand, I'd be pretty annoyed if Apple released a new MBP line with improved battery life, USB 3.0, and a matte display... but I also don't want to put myself in a position where there will no longer be a matte option. I know the conventional logic is that if you need a computer now, buy what's available and stop fretting what may or may not be released in the future, but the point is that I technically do not NEED a computer now. I'd appreciate insights anyone might have re Apple's position on matte displays as well as learning other perspectives on this problem of privilege Thanks.