Seems like the conventional wisdom is that the iMac refresh will be nice, but not earth-shattering. Presumably Sandy Bridge, Thunderbolt, new GPUs, and Facetime HD. Don't get me wrong, that's a very nice upgrade. It's just that none of that is really going to change my day-to-day workflow. It also won't stop me from buying on day 1. That said, I think the CW also suggests Apple has been taking their sweet time in launching the new line. I believe the right SB processors have been available for at least a few weeks, if not a month or more. So, anyone have any wild, baseless speculation as to what caused the "delay?" Could it be new features? My hope is that it's somehow related to sticking an SSD in every stock iMac, thus eliminating the upgrade cost and (if the MBA experience is any guide) giving it a good speed boost. Anyone else have a guess? Help me pass the time until the upgrades are announced.