Just a note: Apple uses Rev. A, Rev. B, etc. to denote different revisions internally. (And if they don't, a certain genius bar employee I know ought to be shot) We should do the same here-- it makes a bit of sense. Thus, we are at the: Rev. C iMac G5 Rev. F 17" PowerBook Aluminium Rev. E 15" and 12" Powerbook Aluminium Rev. A Dual-Core PowerMac G5 Rev. B Mac Mini Rev. D iBook G4 The iPods: 5G iPod 1G iPod Nano 1G iPod Shuffle Does this make sense to everyone? I'm hoping this will become something of a standard.