For years we have heard of the megahertz myth, and how the PPC architecture is simply superior to the x86. I have believed it, and so have others, and for the most part, the "megahertz myth" was true. Then why such a rapid change in architecture? Granted IBM and Freescale have been slow to develop a devoted notebook ship, and have been slow to up the clockspeed, they have made progress. Dual core was coming. Low power consumption chips were coming. Or were they actually not coming any time soon? Was IBM simply lying about their progress, or has apple suddenly become tired of waited and is abandoning their research and IBM's and Moto's. Jobs said G5's were going to be continued to be developed and put out. What happens if we get a G5 powerbook, maybe a complete G5 line, and the Benchmarks blow away intel. Are we screwed? This is what I believe will happen. The G5 powerbook becomes vaporware, never happens. G5s barely top 3 GHZ, and still need to be liquid cooled. 10.5 comes out on a complete dual core intel pentium line, consumer products with the m line for a great value and extremely low power, and the pro line gets a p5 dual core. That new line also comes with a handy new feature; run your current Windows setup with migration assistance or that newly released "longhorn" to help in your home's or business' transition to the mac platform.