http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IMac_(Intel-based)#Unibody_iMac Does anyone feel "gipped" that 2 years after the Unibody iMac has been introducted, the latest refresh still only offers a 1TB HDD and 4GB RAM as the base configuration for the 27" models? I'm not really complaining about the refresh because of the CPU and GPU upgrades but that is standard. For example, in October 2009, the iMac offered what was a top tier CPU and GPU at the time (Core i7 and 4850). Today, the iMac offers a top tier CPU and GPU. Technology evolves so of course we'll get faster chips, but how can the HDD and RAM stay in the same quantity 2 years later (which is more like 10 when it comes to technology)?