Hey guys, One of the less talked about changes in the last PowerBook revision was the FSB speed increase... I believe it was 133 MHz in Rev. B. I want a PowerBook for college, and I've been saving for quite a while. I finally should have enough for a nicely equipped 15". Even with a student discount though, that's easily $2500. Needless to say, I've worked hard and waited long for this computer. Like the rest of you I have considered waiting for the mystical PBG5. And the FSB is one of the reasons... comparable PC notebooks have a 400 MHz FSB. Beyond that, I don't know much. Is 167 MHz enough for a G4, or does it create a performance bottleneck? What kind of improvement is 33 MHz in FSB speeds anyway? If someone could enlighten me about FSB that would be great. I know a lot about computers but FSB isn't really my specialty. I've always heard that the G4 architecture had problems in this area -- is this still true for the PowerBooks? There's no doubt in my mind that the PBG4 will do everything I need it to do. But this comptuer is also going to last a very long time, so maybe I should save my money.