Simple question, how long do you guys think that companies will release software in the form of a Universal Binary? The reason I'm asking is that I'm going to be getting an iBook. (or MacBook if that's what they name the Intel ones.). Originally I wasn't, but I got more money than I expected for my Birthday (it was my 18th, so that helped) and now I can afford to buy one. I'm going to be off to university in September for four years, so I'm not going to be able to buy a new computer until about 2010 (God, that seems ages with out upgrading...). I've got a 17" 1.9 G5 iMac which I'm taking with me, and I'll be getting an laptop too. What I'm worried about happening is that companies are going to stop producing software that will work on my iMac and I'll end up having to do all my work on the 'Book. This would be a bugger as I plan on getting the smallest screen I can for transport reasons. Also, I don't need a laptop. I'm doing a Maths degree so typing papers in the library isn't a big part of the course. Would you recommend that I put the money away and wait to get it while I'm mid way through university. That way I could maybe get a new iMac if the Universal Binaries are stopped. Any suggestions?