Regardless of the processor, the price tag alone says that the PowerMac G5's are the class of the Apple lineup. Yet they haven't even bothered to include Airport and Bluetooth as standard on those machines. At $3,299 for a Quad 2.5 Ghz G5, you still have to pony up another $99 to add two important features that are included in every other machine they offer. Even the Core Solo Mini and low end MacBook for $599 and $1,099 have them. That would not have been a tough thing to change in the store the last couple months, especially to help drive sales of the remaining stock until the Intel towers are released. I guess they figure anyone who's going to spend that kind of money doesn't mind a little more, but while I can agree that many a tower are networked on Cat5 or Cat6, who wants all that performance without bluetooth. That's just my two cents. If you want a tower, you'll have to come up with the other $98.98 yourself.