Based on looking at previous discussions, I should explain why some of us want to rack mount our rig. Most of us who use our Mac for audio apps like ProTools keep our CPU in Marathon racks right next to our A/D converters and LVD racks. The reasons are simple. First, coaxial cables carrying word clock should be no longer than 18", LVD cables can't be more than 24", and space is at a premium in most recording facilities because of all the other gear in there. Also, a lot of us like to use soundproof enclosures to eliminate the sound of the fans from the CPU, drives and/or expansion chassis. The problem with the G5 design is that audio racks are 19" wide. 3rd party solutions for the previous towers required removing the handles. The G5's handles are not removable, and with the handles the unit measures over 20". This one design issue has kept a great deal of studio owners and musicians from purchasing a G5. In fact, I would upgrade from my dual 1.2 ghz mirrored door in a heartbeat if the the studio furniture which I've spent lots of dollars and a great deal of time customizing could accomodate the new housing. So now that you guys who have previously answered, "why would you want to rack mount it anyway?" hopefully appreciate our reasons, does anybody have any solution to rackmounting the thing, short of cutting off the handles? Is Apple aware of how big a problem it is for so many of us? Do they have any plans to do something about it? Pro audio is one of their most dedicated consumers. I'm really surprised that they didn't think about this.