OK. Obviously, I like Apple for the software. I mean, I spent over $2500 for a machine with a g4 processor in it. So either I'm a moron (possible), or I place a *lot* of value in OS X and Apple software. So why don't I get excited at all about what turned out to be basically a software-only keynote? I'll probably code to the new imaging API's, and Apple usually does a great job with their internals. It'll be fun. And I love my Powerbook. But I'm still watching and drooling for the new hardware. I'm swilling my lite beer and drawling, "Gimme somethin' wit' a hemi, dude!" How many of us would buy Apple hardware if we could run Apple software on generic Intel parts from Crap-o-tron? Be honest... A lot of us would, no doubt about it. I think for a lot of us, it's about the software with Apple. But still, who cares about a software-only show? Not me. Go figure.