I tried to buy a 20" iMac using my Employee Purchase Program discount through my work. The EPP was offering a $250 discount on a 20" iMac over and above the normal discount. The problem is this ONLY works if you are ok with the default memory configuration. If you order online or over the phone and you change the memory configuration the "Cheap Memory" promotion Apple is running kicks in and OVERRIDES the $250 discount. Therefore if I buy the computer with 256MB of RAM it is about $1860, but if I want it with 512MB of RAM in the one non-accessible slot, the computer suddenly costs about $2100 because the $50 RAM discount overrides the $250 discount. I called 1800MYAPPLE and they claimed they couldn't do anything about it and if I didn't like it I should wait for their memory promotion to end (and hope the $250 discount doesn't end first). Doesn't this just seem strange?