Holy cannoli! Take a look at AlienWare's new Navigator Media Center computer: http://www.alienware.com/main/system_pages/navigator.asp Cool looking computer by PC standards, but not as cool as the iMac Plus the price is $1699 without a monitor, so it definitely isn't cheap. To get a 17" widescreen monitor like the iMac would bump up the price to $2300. In terms of features, the Navigator includes a TV tuner, Tivo-like software, and a remote, but only has a Combo drive and not a Superdrive. Plus I'm sure that the "Media Center" apps are not as elegant as Apple iApps, though I haven't seen them (beyond the screenshots on AlienWare's site). The Navigator is undoubtedly the higher-performing gaming machine, too since it includes an NVIDIA® GeForce4 Ti 4200 w/64MB and Intel's latest CPU with Hyperthreading (they list a Quake III frame rate of 266 at 1024x768) What do people think about the threat of these new Media Center PC's to Apple's Digital Hub Strategy?