I've been waiting about three or so months now to buy a Mac (ever since I first fell in love with the Powerbook). My university's bookstore currently has a great deal on the 800Mhz Superdrive machine (10% cheaper than Apple.ca). It's been torture waiting this long to get my first Mac, and I don't know if I can wait much longer. However, I can't help but think there's going to be a reasonably significant upgrade at MWNY. Possibly a 1Ghz processor, but that I'm not too worried about. For me, it's the terrible video card currently in the iMac. Say all you want, but a GeForce 2 (MX, no less) is absolutely ancient. It was an ancient card when the new iMac was first released, and it's even worse right now. It may run the current crop of games reasonably well, but not anything coming out soon. Doom III, for example, is said to require at a MINIMUM, a GeForce III. So the low-end version of the GeForceII is not going to cut it. However, whether or not the GeForce2 is a good card is not my question. I already know the answer to that. I'm more wondering about Apple's history with product releases. How likely is it that 6 months after the iMac's release, Apple will improve it? New card hopefully, maybe a faster processor (and some of that L3 cache Apple has become so fond of), and maybe the rumoured 17" LCD? Any input (except for arguments on the graphic card) would be greatly appreciated.