I was just thinking, what would be nice to have, that's inexpensive, practical, and necessary in today's world? Well, aside from a microwave oven, I was thinking of a G3 Cube from Apple. I could just see it now. "Apple unveils the Cube 2, sporting a G3 processor and sells for $499," the websites would boast. With a monitor, the thing would sell for $1098 (with an Apple 15" LCD). I could actually see this as a great product from Apple. It could be equipped with a low-end Radeon graphics card, 128 RAM, a 20GB hard drive, an 800MHz G3 750FX from IBM, and Apple Pro Speakers. Just plop in a DVD-ROM and it would be set. A low-cost OS X compatible computer, with support for both an Airport card and 1GB of RAM. Sure, Apple would likely make little on the sale of this computer, but when consumers plop down the money for an LCD, Apple can easily afford this. Apple would have a low-cost computer that would appeal to those consumers with a shoe-string budget. Along with the release of Apollo G4's, I could actually see this as a possibility. If Apple releases a G5, count it out.