I've been thinking a lot about this subject lately. The only reason I still have a Windows PC is for gaming. I have long wished that Steve Jobs would make gaming more of a priority on the Mac platform. Considering their target market with the iPod (13-30ish?) you would think that with a concerted effort to bring more games to the Mac it would give kids today even more reason to buy. While I do not fit into that age category (I am a 36 year old gamer), I still have to maintain both a PC for gaming and a Mac for everything else. I really wish I could convert completely over to a Mac and that it would meet my gaming needs. With the faster GPUs being included in the PowerMacs (like the 7800 GT) it seems like they have the hardware necessary. I guess I am really interested to know if moving to Intel processors is going to further improve the chances we will see more games on the Mac platform? Notice I say "more". I realize there is a handpicked smattering of the most popular games available on the Mac, but they tend to come out much later than their PC counterparts (excepting Blizzard titles). Additionally, there are some PC titles that are very good that never make the journey to the Mac platform. Anyway, has anyone heard anything about this from a developer standpoint? Will the Intel processors make any difference? Will Steve Jobs ever see the light? Even a small attempt to focus on gaming would greatly enhance the desirability of the Mac platform for a large percentage of the target demographic. It's the #1 reason why many in that age category avoid the Mac. Thanks.