A new chip, that's what. Think about it guys. Steve Jobs, the guy we all know and the guy whos every action we watch, is no dummy. He knows what he is doing, and an agreement was made with Intel many months ago. An agreement stating that Intel will produce a microprocessor (or a couple) appointed exclusively for Apple and the Mac line. I heavily presume that Intel is working on not only a 32-bit chip but a 64-bit to boot. I anticipate seeing the 64-bit in the higher-end models such as the iMac, PowerMac, and PowerBook. And the 32-bit in the lower-end, iBook, Mac mini, eMac. I also believe that Apple will continue with the G series and further bring the G5 to the PowerBook, just not as an IBM chip. It would be entirely illogical to drop the G series in light of the marketing effort already put into place. Over the course of the past 24 hours, I have started to change my view on this transition affair. I am beginning to think that it could be a good thing. After all, Steve is a brilliant man and usually knows what he is doing. Wherever Apple goes (other than walking into Gates office to talk--merging), I will stand with them. Overall, I really think the shift to Intel could be a leap forward lieu of my previous thoughts discriminating the situation.