About your design sensibilities, that is…
This past week, the few opportunities that I’ve had to actually get online or use a computer, have all been on this very beautiful (the CMF oooh la la!) Mac of some sort. Its a tiny box, a slim keyboard that still works for an old touch typist and the mouse matches. Very well done.
Now, about the usability issues, the engineering conventions regarding electrical appliances and the insistent correction of my spelling, I’ve reached the point after 3 tries where I simply must speak up out loud.
Devices which require two batteries in order to be utilized have followed a certain convention, so why do I have to put both the AA batteries in this Apple logofied mouse standing up in the same direction? Everywhere else, if the batteries are inserted in parallel, not in series, one puts the head up one way and the other battery is reversed. I had to fix this mouse in order to use it because the original owner simply assumed she had bad batteries thus the cursor problems.