Love the ideas thrown out here. The stylus's clip hole (I believe what we are referring to as rails?) is a great idea for longer term carrying, and the magnets could be very convenient for storage while jumping between typing and using the stylus. As far as the earlier discussion on ports, I agree about the poll idea (in fact, I thought I saw one on this recently? I think the ideas were 1 TB3, 2 USB-C (with 1 TB3), and adding an hdmi to that. I am not as familiar with the design plans for including type-A ports, however I think that depending on how you arrange them, an Hdmi, 2 Type C (1 TB3), and a Type A port will address most people's use cases. Generally speaking HDMI tends to be the most common connector for displays where you would be looking to connect things, while having a type A and Type C would allow you to address the general idea of needing a Type-A connector, and allow you to limit the number of connectors/adapters needed (you could even look at type-C to type-A adapters, docks, hubs, etc) and type-C does allow for more display options in the future, given the direction of mobile phones. It just seems like from the perspective of trying to be cutting edge AND no-compromise AND business/productivity focused has to compromise somewhere, and this sort of seems like a reasonable place.