Wild speculation I know, and I really hope I'm wrong (not trolling - genuinely worried!), but can't help getting the feeling that Apple are slowly but surely ditching their computing side. Renaming from Apple Computers to Apple Inc, Killing off the 12" Powerbook, Removing the iSight, Likely to discontinue the Mac Mini and 17" iMac, Generally neglecting the Mac range over the past year or so (but hyping up the iPhone etc like crazy) If they abandon the two models they're rumoured to abandon then the desktop Mac line-up will only consist of one (albeit customisable) Mac Pro and two iMacs. And that's it. Definitely a diminishing set of products if you ask me... On the positive side we have Leopard coming soon, but I'm wondering if they're only finishing it because they'd already started it before making the decision to move away from Macs. I think they'll always do some sort of hardware, but it seems to me that they're abandoning the general "all-purpose" computers and instead are going to stick to embedded appliances like the iTV and iPhone. It's a risky decision, especially with the iPhone being so mediocre in technichal capability. Worryingly, trying to go embedded is often a dying move (Be,Inc spring to mind) I hope I'm proven wrong, perhaps with tomorrow's event... Perhaps even in the worst case and they ditch the desktop they'll still keep all-purpose Mac laptops for a while!