Sorry, I had to post this because of all the panicking I'm seeing. "OMG Apple's going Intel, I can't buy new Macs because they're PowerPC, etc etc!" Let's just briefly go over what was stated. Every single Mac application made after this date, June 6th, will have fat binaries- aka it will contain two binaries, one for x86 and one for PowerPC. That means EVERY application made after this date will run on BOTH systems. So even if you bought a PowerPC Mac today and TOMORROW Apple switched to Intel processors, the PowerPC Mac could run *EVERY* *SINGLE* *PROGRAM* that comes out. Further, they're using Transitive's emulation tech, so the Intel Macs can run stuff prior to June 6th, though a bit slower (Transitive's emulation technology is so much better than Virtual PC that most of us including me were convinced it was vaporware!) than a normal Mac since there is emulation involved. So if you already have a lot of Mac software, there is no risk in getting a Mac NOW because you can still run future applications and your old stuff will run great. If you wait for an Intel Mac, you will wait a long time, will have slower performance on your old software, and won't really get any benefits other than a bit of a faster system. So don't worry. There's no risk in buying Apple's current offerings.