I cannot tell you how disappointed and upset I was to find that my brand new (August 2011) Mac Mini didn't come with iDVD. Moreover, it's not even available as an app download?! I have been waiting for a few years to buy a new computer for financial reasons. I waited and waited until I could afford a Mac because I specifically wanted a Mac due to their stellar reputation. Now, it can't even do everything I was expecting it to do?
My complaint is twofold. First, why bother to maintain on your web pages that iLife '11 "comes with iWeb and iDVD" in addition to iPhoto, iMovie, and GarageBand? All the new Macs are pre-loaded with iLife '11 for your convenience, but it is not the complete version of iLife, is it? This is basically false advertizing. I am not impressed. And the fact that I can't even buy this as an add-on from the App Store (seriously, I would have paid $5-$10 for the privilege ...) is also a kick in the pants.
Second, how dare Apple use the announcement of the iCloud to decide what sort of storage options I should have. If I want to waste my time creating silly little DVD menus and burning my home movies to a boring old disc, that is my choice as a consumer of mass media. To boot, cloud computing is not the be-all and end-all. It is still early stages and long-term media storage across all platforms is a huge issue.
Ask any librarian or archivist about preserving media (both print and digital) over the long term. There is a very good reason why your local public library and archives still uses microfilm/form as their preferred method of preservation for print materials; it remains the only preservation medium not to have become redundant.
I am so mad about this that after wanting an Apple for so long, this may be the last one I ever buy.