I realize that the product was just updated, but doesn't Apple have a history of putting out new Powermacs at Macworld SF? My take on the "new model" of Powermac is that Apple was selling lots of Dual 2's to speed demons with deep pockets and lots of the 1.6's to those who want a G5, but can't afford the top price. There wasn't much of a market for the middle-of-the-road system, especially due to the fact that the G5 only kicks high-end Intel butt in dual format. IF the above is true, and IF a big upgrade is coming on schedule in January, it only made sense to double up the poor-selling 1.8's and clear them out to make way for the new lines. And that would make buying NOW a not-so-bright-idea. Also... As I recall (and I could be wrong), Apple used to sell only 2 processor models, and the "Best" model was just a tricked-out version of the bigger processor. Does anyone know if I'm right, or am I just remembering things wrong?