I just placed my order for the new iMac G5 (yay!) and was about to place my 2GB RAM order to go with it, when I noticed this warning on Apple's site: ============================================ Note: DDR2-SDRAM is closely correlated with your computer's processor. You should purchase PC2-4200 DDR2-SDRAM for iMac. If you don't purchase memory directly from Apple, be sure to check with the third-party manufacturer to verify compatibility before purchase. ============================================ There's a great deal on a 2GB chip at welovemacs.com, but the manufacturer is TwinMOS, and TwinMOS says nothing about Apple compatibility on their site. I just don't know enough about DDR2 RAM. Should I take welovemacs' word for it that it is compatible? How could they be sure since nobody even has this computer yet? Any advice would be much appreciated. Thanks!