It's been a while since I've looked at Mac prices...I notice that the entry-level G5 Powermac is $1999. But the iMac at $1699 seems to be similarly equipped (ignoring, for the moment, that the iMac is much newer and based on Intel). Why is the powermac so much more expensive? Dual ethernet, okay... the system bus looks faster on the G5. Obviously its larger, more packaging, more materials to build the aluminum case, etc. But doesn't it seem like the prices are out-of-whack? I mean you save $300 to get a similarly spec'ed iMac, and oh by the way you get a 20" LCD thrown in. what am I missing? Assuming that the pricing is just because the lineup is in transition and powermacs are the last to go, then what features and price points do you envision? What is Apple going to do justify a PowerMac being $300 more than the iMac and not having a bundled LCD? I'd really like a quad-core when it comes out, but if its at the same price point as the current G5 quad, I'm not sure 2x the price of the iMac for two more cores is worth it. What do you all think?