Last night I watched a scary thing on tv (ABC Australia) about all the obsolete computers that end up in landfill - a million last year in Australia alone. CRTs have kilograms of lead in each one (I always wondered why they were so heavy!) and the plastics used to make the casing and stuff leach gross chemicals into the groundwater. I don't want to die... Does anybody know what Apple's environmental policies are? How do we go about putting pressure on them to make machines which are a) easily upgradable (so that they become obsolete less quickly) and b) made of more friendly, less complex materials so that they're not as much of a hazard when they finally get dumped? I think they're doing pretty well with a), but their forefront-of-cool mentality poses a bit of problem in this regard! So... what now? Environmentally friendly stuff is really marketable, and I think it would fit right in with Apple's image to push the boundaries. What do you people reckon?