So I may be a little rusty on my Apple history, but I believe the i in iMac originally stood for "internet". Wikipedia at least backs me up. I was just thinking that maybe the name iMac isn't so much appropriate any more these days considering that, in the PC market, easy internet access is not so much a selling point as it is a given. It seems to have lost a little bit of that meaning over the years. Apple seems to feel that way also, as it hasn't advertised it as the internet Mac in years. It seems a shame to have a meaningless name like that hanging around for so long, but the answer is certainly not to just lop off the i and name it something else -- there's a lot of name recognition in the name iMac. I was thinking that maybe they could just have the i stand for something else. I don't think intelMac would be a good name. I think the boat already sailed on that opportunity. Plus, it seems you'd want it to stand for something that differentiates it from the rest of their PC line. Maybe integratedMac, but that would take quite some advertising spin to make that not sound a little to techie. Got any other ideas?