The Apple Picket Line: Let's tell them what we want. go to http://www.apple.com/feedback/imac.html and copy and paste your own edited version of this feedback letter. Subject: mac pro Jr. Let's inundate them with requests. I do not actually have an iMac. Howerver, I am looking to replace upgrade and am not able to find a suitable replacement within the Apple product lineup. The Mini is simply underpowered. It has integrated graphics, a slower hard drive and no real expandability. The new Mac Pro is an amazing machine, but since Apple stopped offering a true low end version on it's Pro tower, it is too expensive, especially considering the price of RAM for this machine, and is a little bit of overkill for my needs. The iMac really fits my hardware needs almost perfectly. It has a good CPU, user upgradeable RAM, options for video cards, and with the new 24" model, an even better high end configuration. However I don't want a built in screen, and I would like to have 2 internal drive and preferably 4 RAM slots. Ideally I would like something in between the Mini and Mac Pro with iMac like specs, a box that is not as large as the Mac Pro with a user upgradeable video card. I would want to hook it to a 23" or 30" Cinema Display. I'm not interested in using a 3rd party screen. But aesthetics matter and I find the 23" Cinema Display much more attractive than the white iMac. Truthfully I would be more interested in the iMac if it was offered in the same aluminum, but I would still have the other issues I mentioned. I think I believe I am part of an extremely large market segment that Apple is missing out on. Furthermore if Apple is truly trying to get more and more switchers, there are an incredible number of Windows users who would make the switch if a midrange tower was introduced. And if you want to sell more displays, bundle it with displays at an extra savings of $50 or $100.