Reading this forum "Mac Gaming" regularly gets me depressed: Everyother post someone claims that Apple and their customers give sh*t about gaming, and therefore the fitting hardware. Bullpuckey. MacRumors has a complete section devoted to Mac Gaming! There are many sites out there on the web dedicated to Mac Gaming. Even Apple.com/Quicktime has a gaming trailer section! Aspyr, Feral, MacPlay etc. are all following these forums just to test the waters, I bet ya. IMHO gaming plays a significant role in the average home computer. That is part of what makes any Personal Computer so versatile: Get your work done, exploit your tremendous creativity, and have some plain ol' fun . AKA gaming. And today's games are all about stunning grafx and visual realism. The "ooohs and aaahs" when you enter a room and really get involved in the game " 'cause it looks so real"... YOU NEED THE HARDWARE TO BE ABLE TO HAVE THAT MUCH FUN. Apple now has the Processor, the FSB, the DDR RAM, the S-ATA, the OS to do so. And yeah, the PowerMac Dual G5 with Radeon 9800 XT (or Geforce 6800 Ultra) will get the Mac-minded gamers going, but the average consumers who would expect to get a gr8 machine, gaming included , iMac G5 will get so frustated. If the rumors are correct that all new iMac G5s will only get this outdated cheap grfx card: GeForce 5200, Apple might as well quit posting the game-trailers site, as hardly any new Mac wil be able to play any new games. Any gamer who gets involved in specs will never buy an iMac because of the same reason. Too much $$ for too little cool hardware: Grfx card being the problem. Let Apple try to invest in this part of the PC industry: Family pleasure. At least give them options. Suggestion: iMac G5 with Radeon 9800 XT. Please?