Well, well, well. Intel is going to have a hell of a time trying to market these new Intel Pentium M processors by anything other than their wireless technology. The Pentuim 4M is currently running at speeds up to 2.4Ghz, but the Pentium M is only at 1.6Ghz and it actually runs FASTER? Faster??!?!?! How is this possible?! That is a 800Mhz difference! *sarcastically* I thought the higher Ghz meant that it was automatically better! Isn't that what Intel has been slamming into our heads for the past who knows how long?! Realistically, now. Intel is going to definately make a killing with these new chips if they can be marketed correctly. They sure as hell can't market them by their speed, and I know they aren't going to do it like the AMD chips. If you go to the Centrino's homepage at Intel http://intel.com/products/mobiletechnology/centrino/index.htm?iid=ipp_perf+detl& , well, you may notice that not once do they mention the speed of the processor. Hell, they mention the BUS speed, but not the processor speed. Well, it goes to show you what Apple has been trying to tell people all along: Ghz means jack ****! Apple just needs to get their damn 17" TiBook out there NOW or they are going to lose a big crowd of people. I hope they don't make this mistake with their next computers. If you notice, the Centrino chip is already shiping with computers. Apple needs to make sure that they have adaquate supply before they announce the computer to the market. It is like telling a kid that if he cleans his room, you will take him out for pizza later, and "later" ends up being the next weekend, not later that night like the kid expects.