Ok, so without a doubt the most sought after feature of the new iPad is the "Retina Display" -- to the point of some people claiming not to upgrade until it happens. Yet, the display on the current iPad is just fine! No, I daresay more than fine! The current iPad's pixel-per-inch is a whopping 132 -- thats just about equivalent to the new MacBook Air 11" with the sharp resolution. It's better than every MacBook and MBP. Better than every iMac. Better or similar to the best monitors for sale today. So I pose the question: why would you have Apple expends hundreds of dollars in cost to making a super-display, when the current one is just fine and instead you could have other features such as low price, better battery, better performance, etc?