So we all know that the prices for the processors is completely out of line with how much they really cost Apple. Why would they do this? Well, my theory is it's in response to Clovertown's future release and not wanting to have to change the price structure too much. Clovertown might actually be worth the $800 over the 3.0ghz model that will prob take the 2.66ghz woodcrest spot when its released. This is very unlike the current pay $800 for a .33ghz boost. Then knock off $300 more and you go to 2.66ghz. To summarize, once Clovertowns released prices will be 2.66 quad woodcrest $2199 3,0 quad woodcrest $2499 2.66 octo clovertown $3299 Now these prices make a bit more sense.