I've been using the Sicilian based on trial and error, but now I'm actually studying the different variations.
In the classical varation we just finished with 7 0-0 Nc6.
It seems to me at this point white can trade knights, then push his e-pawn to e5. Black has nowhere good to retreat his knight, and dxe5 leads to Qxd8+ - forcing black to recapture with his king.
Much bigger brains than mine have compliled this sequence, so what am I missing?
edit: removed typos, plus trade KNIGHTS not rooks.