Three questions regarding the new iMac G5. Does anyone else remember when Steve Jobs introduced the half-dome iMacs a few years ago, he siad that they had contemplated putting the "guts" behind the display, but that would have required a vertically-oriented Optical Drive. He continued to state that would prevent the use of the fastest drives. I guess they have overcome that limitation on the G5 iMac. I don't think there has been any mention of the orientation of the optical drive in the new iMac and any limitations that are imposed by that orientation. I also wonder if the iMac G5 is a stepping stone to the G5 PowerBook? It seems like a natural progression from the iMac form factor to a portable. Since it has been reported that even Apple admits it will be difficult to make a reliable G5 PowerBook, perhaps they are working their waay up to it and gaining learning along the way. Last item: Does anyone remember what the price was at introduction of the 15" flat-panel iMac? What was the price on the 15" CRT iMac at that time? Thanks!