At some point, you folks are going to have to realize that half the reason you're disappointed with every Apple announcement is because you got yourselves all built up by these rumor sites. Take today's updated Powermacs. Jeez, a 25% speed increase! Liquid Cooling! Neat stuff, but if you're sitting here biting your nails for a 3 GHz, then sure, it seems bad, but you should also realize that in the world of engineering isn't like the world of suit tailoring, where you can easily predict when stuff that has never existed in the world before will be ready. Or, the other day's Airport Express announcement with people wondering why it doesn't do every damn thing the Extreme does, even though it's half the price and advertised as something else entirely. Or, the fact that the rumor sites have "promised" you new displays for months, and they haven't arrived yet, and you guys act like Apple is over there in California picking their noses, laughing all the way to the bank. Or the fact that you have to pay for a new version of an OS (10.2, 10,3, 10.4...). You get lots of neat new stuff that you may want. If you don't think you want it, don't buy the damn thing. If you do, you're supporting Apple's OS division in making the world's best OS. Ever been to an airport with your powerbook and started Exposé-ing things? People dig that! When you lead the way, it takes longer to cut the trail that others eventually follow. If you have a problem - go follow Microsoft, and wait another 3 years for a significant update, or go follow Dell, and get predictably boring updates because they don't do anything very surprising. Just quit complaining every time Apple releases something new, or that it's not as cheap as Walmart.