MacBook Pros were just released sporting faster Penryn processors and the Multi-touch trackpad. Also, the base configuration starts with a 256MB video card (up from 128), while the faster models have 512MB. Oddly, the remote is now a $19 add-on (it used to be free). MacBook Pros are still sporting the same design as PowerBooks from 2003, and there's still no high-resolution 15" display option. I can't help but see these MBPs as just the appetizer before the all-new MacBook Pro feast that should be served up with the new Intel Chipset Montevina (or Centrino 2, or whatever).