The question has been driving me nuts for the last couple of weeks. I use my Quicksilver (see sig) primarily for 2 things: 1. Home PVR via Elgato EyeTV 2/Eye Home, conversion to DVD via Toast 7 2. Photoshop CS2 in my spare time (touching up/colour correcting Camera RAW files) I don't play many games. Elgato's software is now a universal binary, so that's not a problem. I don't believe Toast is UB yet (hopefully soon), and I know that Photoshop isn't, and won't be for quite some time. Considering that, would an Intel Mini be a suitable replacement? I'm thinking that if I sell my QS now, I could possibly get about $800 CAD for it, which means only a few hundred bucks more for the Mini. My main hesitation is Photoshop performance. From other forum threads and my local dealer, performance is equal to a 1 GHz G4 under Rosetta. I tried PS on my Albook (see sig) and it was quite slow, but tolerable, I couldn't imagine what it would be like if it was even slower. One alternative is to boot into Windows and run PS there... but it's Windows... I hate Windows... Big thing for me: I don't want to buy Rev A hardware if I can help it. I did that with the G3 Beige Tower and will do whatever I can to not repeat that mistake. But these Minis don't seem that bad... If I wait for Adobe, then it will be at least a year, and by that time my QS will be worth $300 (if I'm lucky). So should I suffer for a year with new hardware that will only get faster as apps become UB? Or run my current system knowing that it won't have any resale value this time next year as less and less apps are written for PPC? Is my Quicksilver still relevant?