PLEASE: Don't try and be smart and say 0.2! OK, like everyone else, I'm just ecstatic that the beast is here. And it's beautiful, more than I could have hoped for. However, the slight increase in prices now means I have a little less to play with. I had intended to go for the top of the line, the 3.2GHZ, and I was also hoping to get a 30" Cinema Display, NVIDIA GeForce 8800 graphics card, 500GB hard drive, wireless keyboard, and AppleCare. This was the bare minumum. RAM I was going to wait a while for, and get extra RAM from a 3rd party vendor when prices have dropped a little. Total price for the above specs is approx £4350. However, I also really need a new printer (approx £200), and if I buy the above I can't afford one. I could go for the 23" display of course, but I've always wanted a 30". There probably isn't a better time to get one. I really need the 8800 card for the work I do, the AppleCare would be a good idea, and anything I'd save by downgrading the keyboard or hard drive would be negligible. So I was thinking, if I got the 3.0GHZ instead of the 3.2GHZ, I could save about £500, thus giving me enough for the printer. My reasoning is that surely the difference between the 3.0 and the 3.2 isn't that great? I mean, how much difference could 0.2GHZ really make? Sure, it obviously does make some difference, or they wouldn't make one, but would I really notice it that much? Anybody got any suggestions/advice? The work I do is primarily graphic design/illustration/3D.