Anything can be improved with a bit of class, which is about all Miss Bliss can expect considering the show's 21 minutes long and Zack's constantly taking timeouts. Adding more class to your Apple gear than Bayside ever could, Recover.
Eschewing the loud graphic'd vinyl stickers that typically art cellphones/computers, this crew of Mac enthusiasts is classing up your Macbook/iPhone/iPad by turning out minimalist real-wood veneers all hand-sanded, stained, and lacquered in their PDX woodshop, which they only created because they couldn't get into Beginner Photo. The one-of-a-kind, 1/32" thick skins are backed with ultra-durable 3M adhesive (but're still removable), and're tailor-made by device, including the horizontally-grained Macbook versions (in all three sizes), the vertically-grained iPad/iPhone joints with front and back skins, and the front-only iPhone 3G/3GS, all of which come in standard and ebony stained Walnut, a light blonde Maple, and two types of Cherry, finally confirming what Catholic school girls have always known exists. To help your tech "look even more awesome" they'll also create custom etched veneers based on your own designs, and're working to deploy a streamlined web customization process, but for now you just email 'em your artwork in Adobe, even if the clay-based building material is notoriously slow through a land cable.
The three-week old company's future plans include skins for iMacs, collabing on unique designs with Northwest artists, technicolor stains (green, blue, etc) and more exotic materials like zebra wood, padauk, bamboo, and, who knows, maybe even Slate(r).