On Apple's Universal page ( http://www.apple.com/universal/ ) the bars inidicating speed differences at the bottom of the page seem strange. They seem to imply that the Intel iMac is significantly faster than the MacBook Pro. Like Doom 3 is 2.3x faster on an Intel iMac than an iMac G5, but only 2.2x faster on a MacBook Pro than on an Powerbook G4. Since the iMac G5 is much faster than the Powerbook G4 that means the iMac is much faster? The same phenomenon is true with pages also. The bar lengths seem to imply the results of some sort of benchmark as opposed to the "2.3x" metric since they show the baseline at the bottom. What's the deal?