This is something you won't often see, design advice for Apple by a Microsoftie.
I've got the machine for a couple of months now and I still think that, in spite of its limitations, it's a nice and fast machine to run Vista. The machine also generates a lot of controversy but now I want to talk abit about how a design flaw by Apple recently made my Macbook less attractive.
The problem is that the keys on the left and right edge have a straight side. As a result I lost a key recently as I put the laptop in my bag and accidentily a DVD slipped between the lid that was closed and the keyboard.
All other keys are design correct, look at the CTRL key for instance, except the most vulnerable ones on the edge. As you can see, my Toshiba tablet PC has much better designed keys.