OK after two months of visiting this site, drooling over stats and photos, playing around at the Apple store, getting over the sticker shock, and giving a lot of thought to it, I'm becoming... A switcher. I've been a PC user for over a decade, but it's time to abandon the sinking ship that is Windows, and Linux doesn't appeal to me the way OS X does. I've decided on a Powermac G5, DP 2.0. I opted for the stock 512mb of memory and I'll add some more later. I'll primarily be using this machine for music and video production. I don't really care if they come out with a newer model right after I buy it. I'm pretty sure I'll be happy with it for years to come. However, I have a few things I need to know. The whole Mac community seems to be pretty nice, so hopefully you won't mind some seriously newbie questions. 1.) iPod & iTunes: I have a 40g iPod with about 10g of music on it, synced with my Windows laptop. Since my iPod is formatted for PC, what do you think is the easiest and *cheapest* approach to moving my music onto my new Mac and reformatting my iPod for Mac, aside from re-ripping my CDs? 2.) Move2Mac: worthwhile or should I just use my CD burner? Would this be a good approach to the iPod transfer? 3.) Apple Wireless Keyboard & Mouse: Are the Bluetooth Apple devices a good choice as far as wireless sets go? I'm a little sqeamish about only having one mouse button, but theirs seems to be the best rated, and they have that slick Apple look. 4.) Why isn't Radiohead on iTunes? 5.) Are there any accessories that don't come with the standard G5 that I should look into? When I got the iPod I had to buy an extra cable to sync to USB, and when I bought an extra dock I had to buy an extra power adapter if I wanted it to charge with the 2nd dock. (I'm picturing having to drive to the Apple store to get the Apple Power Cable or Apple Power-On Button that didn't come standard with my new G5 ) 6.) Any suggestions you might have for a Mac newbie and PC refugee would be much appreciated.