I work in an office filled with Windows computers, and only two Macs. Yesterday morning I had a picture of the new iMac up on my screen, and one of my co-workers came in and said, "That thing is ugly". Later that morning during the keynote, he saw the iMic show, and changed his tune. He started talking about how great it would be not to have all that garbage on his desk, clutting it up. He took back his comments, and said he would consider an iMac for his next home computer purchase. I thought it was nice to see a long-time Windows only user say some nice comments about the new iMac. I will admit, the first time I saw it, I didn't like it. The more I looked at it, and the more I saw it on the keynote, the more I liked it. As for people saying the iMac and G4 towers are not powerful enough for graphic design, I don't quite understand this. I understand where people working with video, 3D, etc. need more power, but for graphic design it doesn't make sense to me. I have been a graphic designer for about 7 years now, and the only thing that would really help to have more power with is Photoshop. However, I run tight deadlines and very large projects with both a PowerBook G3/333 and a G4/450. They do everything perfectly fine for me. Maybe I am the minority here, or not? As for a 15" LCD, it doesn't bother me at all. I have designed countless items on my 14.1" on my PowerBook. Yes, I like larger monitors, but having such a small footprint on my desk is more important to me. Overall, I am seriously considering a new iMac. It just seems to fit right into what I am looking for. I think there are a lot of others that will feel the same way, or at least I am hoping so! As for the G4/G5 debate, I really don't care. I would love to see a G5 come out for everybody who needs that kind of power, but I don't think people will switch away from a Mac, just because the power isn't there. I think Apple is on the right track with the iMac, because is seems to be both a consumer computer, and also enough more to satisfy people with computing needs like mine.