Here's a thought: Given that OS X is native Unix, and that there are some limitations to the architecture of the Motorola Chip, it's rumored that OS X can run on an Intel Chip. Apple 5 year agreement with Microsoft ends this summer, and what if Apple licensed Windows OS and put out a machine which was partitioned to run OS X (and 9 of course) as well as Windows. Sure they could license the technology to Dell and others, but given Steve's prediliction against clones, it might make sense for Apple to make the box and be the only place you can buy a machine that looks as cools as a Mac, while running ANY software for PC or Mac. Microsft would really have to license the technology or risk further Anti-trust suits. Frankly, it's another outlet for the Windows armada. You might find Dell and others beating down Apple's door to license OS X so their machines can run everything too. How's that for Mac market share? Imagine Video departments running Final Cut Pro 3 and exchanging files with Maya running on the same computer? Or file sharing between Director for PC and Mac. The list goes on and on. All of the folks who run PC's at work but prefer Macs now can buy a new machine for home that seamlessly can accept any program. Gamers, designers, etc. I wouldn't be surprised to see this before the endo of the year.