There has been a lot of talk over the time and, once again, in a current thread about Quad Gxs and how good they would been but has anyone looked at Apple's stats? I was quite disappointed when the G4 1GHz came out and, looking at the comparisons Apple does, it just does not stack up. Basically, as you would know, there are 3 models: 800; 933; and DP1GHz. Now, a 800MHz G4 will, apperently, outperform a 2GHz Pentium by 26%; a 933MHz G4 will outperform by 51%; and a DP1GHz G4 will outperform by 72% based on Photoshop testing. Now, if I am not mistaken, Photoshop has been dual processing, at least on the Mac (a PC guy tried to tell me it is not but I don't know whether he was right or not) for a very long time. Working on this basis, the DP1GHz machine has the same increase in % performace over the 933 as the the 933 has on the 800. I don't know about anyone else but I would have been expecting a SP1GHz to outperform the pentium at 72% and the DP to be closer to 100%. Note: after writing the above I confirmed with Adobe that Photoshop can DP. So, I would not see that the gain from DP to QuadP would be all it is made out to be.