Well we don't know about Vizio. While for sure the GPU and CPU are soldered on. (this isn't new, beside you usually can't find any upgrade for the CPU, or the BIOS won't support it, and the performance increase is usually not worth it). The SSD and RAM are probably not. And probably no special screws, either. We have to see. What I hope it does, is simply wake up the PC OEM's, and start making nicer systems (in all aspects, meaning screen, battery life and specs too, good touchpad, and looks half descent, 0 junk, OS disk). That is all. I don't care about thinnest and MacBook Pro looks. So far, beside Vizio, the only laptop manufacture that does a effort is ASUS. While Vizio systems aren't the best of the best, or same specs as the MacBook Pro, as mentioned, it is not bad for a first try, and as they are aiming at affordable for what you get price, I think they'll get plenty more sales than Razor, that's for sure. And if they can pull it off, then expect over the time to expand with high end model.. and who knows, maybe even something like Dell where you can customize your system from their website.