Back in 2000 the Power Macintosh G4 Cube was a great piece of hardware, but for whatever reason (price) it didn't survive much more than a year due to consumer demand. A lot has changed since then with the Intel transition, switchers coming on board, Mac OS X long reaching maturity etc. Is it time to bring back a Cube like computer? Just like the one from 2000, I can envisage a machine with a dedicated (expandable) graphics card, maybe two models with a Core 2 Duo and a Core 2 Extreme and probably WITHOUT bays and bays of 5.25" or even 3.5" drive bays. The Macintosh product line is pretty busy at the moment with five different models, but a baby Mac Pro / headless iMac might appeal to a wider consumer base now that Apple has re-established itself with successes the iPod, Mac OS X and now the Intel transition. What do you think? Is it time to bring back the Cube?