Initially I bought 2 iMacs G5 Rev A last year, for me and my wife. Initially we were very happy, no troubles etc, but after a few months we were having more troubles than with our PCs. First, the mobo in the other iMac broke and will be fixed under warranty. Then we couldn´t print with our new Epson R220 printer, but in PC it was very easy. Then I tried to install Aperture, but the computers, less than a year old, were too obsolete. In the PC world, you can run every programs with a $1300 computer that is less than a year old! If not, you can easilly upgrade the parts that are obsolete etc.. Now, when I wanted to to some Photoshoping on the iMacs, I noticed that they have very cheap and bad panels, probably TN that are totally unusable for photo editing. The damn panel changes considerably if I view it from a slightly different angle or if the monitor is moved. Unfortunately, I wasn´t a panel expert when I bought the iMacs.. After my experience with the iMacs, I´m not going to buy any Macs again soon, it is just easier and cheaper to have PC with Windows and Linux. If I had money to burn, I would buy a Powermac, but unfortunately I don´t. Now, since Intel Conroes aren´t out yet, it is tempting to try to get these iMacs to work as I would like, mainly getting the printer to print photos and connect some decent monitor to it so I could use the iMac screen for the pallettes and other stuff that don´t require accuracy. Does anyone know of a around 20" LCD with S-IPS panel that performs very well when the VGA mode is used? I would be very thankful if somebody could help me finding solutions so I won´t have to buy a PC right now. I would rather upgrade to a brand new PC in a year when the new hardware is out and Vista has been tried and tested.