Some day that phrase will be immortalized in the memory of Steve Jobs. How many Apple Keynote shows have we all watched and heard these words? No new surprises other than simultaneous hardware releases of both the MacBook Pro and the iMac Intel. Most analysts felt that Apple absolutely had to get the professional laptop product out the door to accommodate the demand or risk losing their market share. A new pro laptop, Intel iMacs, and new versions of the iLife suite. Personally the release of the new iLife suite is what excited me the most. The only thing that I was surprised by was that Apple had only provided a single 400 firewire port on the MacBook Pro. I would have rather liked to see an 800 firewire port instead. I’m concerned that once Apple kills firewire off for good how are users going to be able to boot externally? They must have something in the pipeline that will accommodate this need. It reminds me of the time between the first release of the original iMac and the third generation iMac when Apple discontinued using SCSI in favor of USB. Unfortunately the only device you could boot off besides the internal HD was the CD rom drive . I suspect that Apple had to make some concessions to Intel by dropping the Firewire preference in their product line (noted first with the USB only version iPods) in favor of Intels USB 2.0. I just hope that the new marriage with Apple and Intel will not deal death to the better product. Hint…hint.