OK, it's been a while since I have posted but here is my current take on the whole business surrounding Apple and especially with the upcoming release of new displays. Many people have wondered what the deal is with the new DVI connections. According to ThinkSecret the reason for the deviation from ADC is the immense power required by especially the upcoming 30" display. My belief is that there will only be two cables. From the look of it the cable going from the computer to the screen will be a multi-cable. It will at one end connect with a proprietary plug to the actual display while at the other end it will have a DVI, firewire, and usb connection. this will not only limit the amount of cables, but also entice windows users to buy the product since it is 100% compatible. the other cable will obviously be for power. The addition of FireWire is very significant. One user speculated that the new displays play a major role in Apple's digital hub strategy and I agree. The newly released Airport express, is in my mind, a sign that we can see similar product releases from Apple surrounding FireWire. Imagine being able to add a FireWire stick (like the current USB bluetooth sticks) to the back of your monitor hanging on the wall in the living room getting the image of the powermac sitting in the neighbouring room. Surf the internet (bluetooth keyboard and mouse - could we see WiFi versions in the future?), watch movies, play photo slideshows, and listen to iTunes with your visual plugins show on the gigantic screen. This is possible as the new FireWire wireless protocol has been developed and approved by the IEEE. Get the picture? The possibilities are endless now that speed is no longer a significant barrier... What's your view on this?