Mike Wendland of the Detroit Free Press says Apple’s new iWork suite still has room to improve. “The hype surrounding the new Mac mini and iPod Shuffle released last week by Apple has largely obscured a new $79 software package from the company called iWork,” writes Wendland. “And that’s probably appropriate, because neither the Keynote 2 presentation software nor the new Pages word processor are as full-featured as one would like… Look for iWork to get more robust in the future, with its own spreadsheet included in the next version.” In a separate review, Wendland say that Apple’s Mac mini “may be hard to resist” for Windows users thinking about switching. “It’s the gutsiest move yet for Apple, a company that built its reputation on innovation and, up to now, high prices.”