I hope I'm not violating any forum rules, but here is an article. I have no personal or financial ties to the page or the author. I just found it interesting. http://www.wingsofreason.com/2012/07/26/apple-revenue-breakdown-july-quarters-2012-edition/ (please forgive me if I shouldn't have posted the actual URL. I'd like to cite my source AND help out the person that did the hard work). It compares revenue across Apple products/services from 2006 to 2012 (REVENUE not profit). The summary is that in 2006 iDevices (iPod, iPhone, iPad sales) accounted for 34.2% of revenue. Non-iDevices (laptops, desktops, software, monitors, keyboards, everything else) made up 65.7%. Some percentage of that is the Mac Pro. Jump to 2012 and 75.6% of revenue is from iDevices. And 24.4% of revenue is from everything else. Some percentage of that is the Mac Pro. In the more detailed graph, it shows desktops (iMac, Mac Mini, and Mac Pro) are 3.7% of revenue. Some percentage of that is the Mac Pro. I'm not saying that I agree with or like the lack of attention we are getting, but I understand it. Even if the Mac Pro accounted for all of the desktop sales AND you could introduce a model that would double sales AND all other sales remained stagnant, then you'd be at less than 7.5% of revenue. It looks like Apple is neglecting the Mac Pro because the market is neglecting the Mac Pro (there just aren't enough of us!).