OK, I know i'm complaining but... When Apple switched to Intel one of the benefits was supposed to be an increased rate of updates to the Mac line. Apple pulled out of Macworld saying in part that it did not want to be tied down to one or two updates a year at a predetermined time. Now lets look what has happened. Since the switch to Intel we have had LESS updates to the Mac line! The new normal seems to be a new mac product about every 10 - 12 months. I'm sorry, a computer is not a car. It should not have a model year. What is wrong with having running updates? Meaning that throughout the year a computer might just be silently updated with new and faster this and thats? Why do we have Macintosh model year 2007, 2008, 2009 and so on... On a separate note the iMac dose need a redesign. Except the change in color, it has looks the same since the G5 in 2004.