Look at the Apple.com site. There are top-level tabs for "Apple", "Store", "iPhone", "iPod+iTunes", "QuickTime", "Support" "OS X". No mention of Mac hardware at all. "Get a Mac" is buried somewhere below. Now look at SJobs's recent comments at MacWorld. "Apple Computer, Inc" becomes "Apple, Inc". "That's all we're going to say about Macs today". He made another comment about upcoming products. Did he specifically say that we would see more Macs in the next few months, or more "Mac products" in the next few months? There's still no Conroe-based Mac... unarguably Intel's best performing chip. No use of the quad-core Xeon, either. What I'm getting at is, is Apple preparing to stop selling computers? The OS transition to Intel is complete, so Apple could open up OS X to *all* Intel PCs anytime they want to, and go head to head with Microsoft. Are we on the last generation of Macs?