As I've familiarized myself with this campus, visiting the hubs of student life, I've realized that the University of Idaho is decidedly "G4." Each computer lab has several PowerMacs, most of which have 1.25 GHz G4s, and a G4 iMac is featured prominently in the library. The question which arises out of this is...are any college campuses predominantly G5 based yet? It seems to me that G5s offer much better value than their predecessors, especially where the iMac is concerned (according to apple-history.com, Apple transitioned from a 20" iMac G4 w/167 MHz fsb, 80 GB hd, etc. for $2199 to a 20" iMac G5 w/600 MHz fsb, 160 GB hd, etc. for $1899), so it wouldn't be too far-fetched for adoption to go rather quickly. This university, due to Idaho's steadfastly conservative economic policy , has very little breathing room financially right now. (auf Deutsch: Das Geld ist knapp!) Anyway, just idle curiosity here. Please reply one way or another.