Has anyone else noticed that there is currently no such computer as a "Mac"? The product line currently exists as follows: Consumer: Mac mini, iMac, MacBook Professional: MacBook Pro, Mac Pro Nowhere in the product lineup is there currently a computer marketed under the name of "Mac", a natural fit for their new naming convention. Some may suggest that the "medium-level" desktop machine exists already, that they just call it the iMac. Others may shrug that off saying that the iMac is no real comparison to a headless, flexible, upgradeable tower. What is your take? Are the doors wide open for a headless, upgradeable (smaller) tower design from Apple (Paris, MWSF?), or is the iMac just not "in-sync" with their new naming convention? Okay, it wasn't a press-release or anything, I just visited to get my facts straight.