I have to say that the new specs of the mac pro do look very good. With launching it yesterday though have Apple not raised the entry price point when compared with the old G5 Power Mac? This isn't a problem per se, but has there now opened a gap for an Apple computer product at the £800 - £1200 level with the performance/upgrade options of an iMac but without an integrated screen? I think Apple's range is well spread out now and the addition of the Mini finally allowed Apple to compete with the PC at all levels but I still feel that a machine that sits parallel to the iMac range but also serves as a junior macPro would be a great addition to give customers a choice as for many reasons not everyone wants a screen built-in to their machine nor wants to shell out for a MacPro. The product name is kind of obvious though if you look at the current desktop range: 1. Mac Mini 2. Mac (the new machine) 3. iMac (i for Integrated) 4. Mac Pro Any thoughts?