There's the rumor about the Mac Pro going away. What if the iMac would go away as well? - at least in its current, all-in-one design, which has reached the limit of what it can do due to expandability, heat, and screen issues. A much more modern approach to personal computing would be a modular design. It could consist of a large, flat screen on a telescope arm, similar to wall mounted arms, only very elegantly designed. One single cord, running through the metal of the arm, connects it to the actual computer box. This box could offer several options from mini over medium to pro. I'd relish the elegant form factor of that long arm with a very flat screen. The box could even sit in an adjoining room. There could be different size options and power options. And there could be different screen options. Theoretically, you could have a workstation quality box with Xeon processors as the pro option. This way, the Mac Pro could go away, and at the same time, stay. The pro version would be Mac Pro quality, but possibly with a new form factor and with better pricing. This would fit to Apple's tendency to move away from high priced models to more affordable options. That said, I still hope the Mac Pro will stay. But if this pro version would deliver the same power in a new form factor and be more affordable at the same time.