I was looking thorough the latest issue of the Mac Zone catolog(Vol. 125d for those that get it, the holiday issue) and I went to the last inside page(right before the inside back cover) and was looking at the prices for memory. Each block of memory has the usual headings: 168Pin DIMM, PC100, 72PinSIMM, etc., with the exception of the last block of memory. The heading reads: New Intel D845BG Motherboard. That block offers 128, 256, & 512MB memory modules. Being that I though this was strange, I called the Mac Zone 800 number and inqured about the memory. The representative said to me: "There are no Intel motherboards in Macs." "But it is listed in Mac Zone..." I said. "That must be a mistake." A mistake perhaps, or perhaps an error on the part of Mac Zone publishing something they shouldn't have until after Jan? Perhaps now, the reps have been given the standard"There are no Intel motherboards in Macs" to cover something up? I also went to their website and in the search field entered the item# for the 128MB module. It brought me to a ordering form for that particular module and said it could be used in both mac/pc(nothing unusual as a lot of memory is cross platform), but said nothing in the listing about Intel. Am I grasping at straws here, or does anyone think there's something to this?