I'm a very long time Mac user and I've always had such great experiences with every Mac I've owned. I used to tell people about how high quality the Macs were but, as of late, I've been reconsidering that judgement. Recently I've purchased a MacBook Pro with screen problems and hardware abnormalities so I returned it so I could get a Mac Pro and Apple Cinema Display. I got the 20" Cinema Display and that had inconsistent color across the screen so I returned that for another one that had the same problem but, a little bit less and it has backlight bleeding all over the place. So far I'm happy with my Mac Pro but, I hope I stay that way and I really want it to last a long time. So the question is... is Apple lowering it's quality standards so that we can have cheaper computers or am I just being too picky and making a big deal out of nothing. What are your thoughts? It seems like ever since the Intel switch... people have nothing but complaints about them. So far I haven't seen any major problems in the Mac Pro forum though *crosses fingers*.