Well I was visiting NYU last weekend so I felt like visiting the NYC Apple Store, hankering of course to see the new iMac. Well it was absolutely packed with people. There were 30 people in line downstairs buying stuff, and upstairs in the iPod section there was a long line to buy iPods and accessories. So I found the new iMac and I was blown away by it. It is a really good looking machine, and in my opinion has an awesome display. Now here is where it got interesting, I was explaining some features to my Uncle, and I was pointing to some design features, and then a couple who was buying a new mac came up to me and asked me if I was on commission at the store(Probably due to the fact that I was giving a complete spec list, and I could point to where each part was) After telling them I did not work for the store( I was not wearing any kind of Apple clothing that would make me look like staff) I proceeded to explain to them the pros/cons of the new iMac as well as showing them how they could make the machine totally wireless. So meanwhile while the sales associates are off doing other things, a crowd of about twenty people gathers around me as I was describing the new iMac. By the time I left I had convinced them to buy a new mac, and in addition I bet I convinced a bunch of other people in that crowd as well. Heck I was selling macs better then the associates there who are paid to sell macs, and I was only a visitor On a side note I actually do work for an Apple Store, but its a small independently run store which does not have a showroom.