The Jobs keynote is out all over the web, and it seems the MacBook Air has the spotlight. 13 inch screen (LED backlit), 3 pound weight, .76" thick, purportedly 5 hours of battery life (no idea what conditions that is achieved in though), one USB port (that is not a joke, and I respect the fact that they crammed a lot into a tiny machine), one micro DVI, and an analog audio out. No optical (99 dollar superdrive available, takes up the only USB port, or it has some proprietary way of connecting to the optical drives of machines on a local network). Also has a multitouch trackpad and backlit keyboard. Now here's what it's missing: no touchscreen, which kinda makes this post awkward, but I think that would be the most natural evolutionary step (hah! evolutionary step of a product that is unavailable at the time of writing). No 1394, which is awkward for a mac. Not enough USB ports, which will be the pitfall for many users, and should have been another design and engineering challenge for the developers (they shouldn't have given up just to get this thing out the door). Lastly, I don't know what interface the 1.8" 80 gig drive on the base model or the SSD, but the price premium for the SSD is ridiculous, even for a Mac. So, any thoughts on this one?