So today we saw the launch of the Intel-based Mac mini... complete with new software such as Front Row with Bonjour. Now, obviously we should not expect ANY more PPC-based machines from Apple... but there is a huge installed base of PPC-based iMacs, PowerBooks, iBooks, Mac minis, and Power Macs out there, and they don't stop working just because of the new Intel-based machines. My question is this: Is Apple going to bother releasing/selling software such as Front Row for older machines, which are perfectly capable of running it? Or are they going to use the new features as a lever to convince people to buy new hardware? I'd like to be able to run Front Row on my PowerBook and my two Mac minis, and I'd even pay to be able to do it legitimately. I'm just a bit concerned that Apple is only paying lip service to the concept of continuing to support older hardware.