I think what I miss most about my Dell D620 is the docking station. I bravely took the Mac with me to a meeting (after spending the past week cheating by taking the Dell) and I have to unplug six cords and a cable lock to leave the office. When I came back, I had to plug in six cords and seat and lock the cable lock. Seems like that's going to be a lot of excess wear and tear on the beastie. I'd much rather have one hub to plug all of that into and one thing to plug into the Mac, but it just doesn't work that way. With the Dell, all of those were plugged into a docking station and I just snapped the machine into place and kept going. Anyway, for a company that so prides itself on elegance and streamlining, this is an awfully cumbersome process. Does anyone have any suggestions for a smoother path or is this just the way it is?