I've said it before and I'll say it again--I'm just not a fan of the current iMac design. I own an iMac G4 and I think it's design is much cooler, more functional and more beautiful than the iMac G5/Intel iMac. So, here is my idea for the next generation iMac...combine the best elements of the past two iMacs. So, take the almost completely flat LCD and the swing arm of the iMac G4. Then take the base or stand of the current iMac. Put the computer in the base. Make it about 8" wide and 1-2" thick. Almost like the new MacBook Pro. The Core Duo can live in a notebook so why not a really small desktop. They can fit a slot loading drive, CPU, RAM, Video, etc. in there. Of course, in order to make it this thin you need to do something with the hard drive. No more desktop drives. One crazy option--remove the hard drive! Let people add there own FW hard drive as the boot drive. Or, they can either put an iPod hard drive in there or a standard laptop HD. I know these are much slower but speeds on these are improving. Imagine the floating LCD of the iMac G4 connected to a small, thin silver base that sits on the desk. Then we'd really ask, where did the computer go? Can one of you photoshop gurus do a mock up???