According to this article, some dude is predicting a change in the iMac product line. Keep in mind, this isn't a rumor, it's just a prediction. http://macminute.com/2004/06/23/imac I have a hard time believing Apple would make any significant changes to the flatpanel iMac. I don't know about you, but I think it would be a foolish idea. To make changes simply on the basis of having "something new". The iMac has a perfect design for saving deskspace, and a wonderful concept that lets you adjust the position of the screen. I don't think a design for a computer could get much better than this. Also take into account how beautiful the iMac is, while still acomplishing these goals! It's a perfectly compact, "no hassle" computer for the home user that requires a complete computer solution; furnished with a nice large LCD screen, and preinstalled with all the basic software one might need. I don't think Apple can change the design of the iMac and get anything better. Truely, the flatpanel iMac is the most amazingly designed computer ever made. I would hate to see Apple throw away such a treasure mearly in the light of traditional product cycles. I guess one of the reasons I love the iMac so much because I have one; and I've experienced it. Any thoughts? It's my anticipation that Apple could and might make minor adjustments to it's forfactor, but I don't think they'll scrap the entire concept. Also, I'm thinking Apple just might come out with another computer model that doesn't have a built in display. But it won't be intented to replace the iMac; they'll call it something else.