Let me see..... Apple has just released the Xserve with a custom made motherboard and 266mhz DDR ram. Hmm.... Looks like new powermac are going to get a major upgrade. Also, Apple tells us itself. They are giving some pretty good promotions right now. The question is: What are the new Powermac's going to house inside? My question is this: if Apple is going to put a new motherboard in the Powermac, and put 266mhz DDR ram in the new powermac, then are they going to put a G4 in the new mac, or a G5? I know everybody has been debating about this, and it is basically up to Steve on this, but: if all of those options are going into the new powermac, then most likely it will sport a new enclousure, and with a new enclousure, a G5 will follow. Only sounds reasonable to me. Why would Apple be giving these big promotions on Powermac's if something so big is going to come out, that nobody in thier right mind would buy a 1ghz powermac of today? Think about it: it really doesn't make sense, unless they are going to put some crazy G4 in the new powermacs, which have G5 related features? Personally, this is what I think: I think Apple has the G5 ready to go out the door, but is holding back until the right time comes, and when the economy is ready to buy it in bulk. Also if they release the G5's in MWNY, they can then come out with high-end G5 servers, or a G5 Xserve, something to compete better with the Itanium, Power4, and UltraSPARC chips. Let's face it: the G4 can not stanf up to those chips, but from what I hear, the G5 can. What do you guys think?