I can't can't stand how most people go around comparing macs to PC's. Do they not realize that PC stands for Personal Computer? Is a mac not a personal computer? Of course it is! What a silly question to ask. So then why the huge line drawn between PC and Mac? As if the two are something completly different? Obviously, most people are trying to compare macs to what some call "wintels", which is a much better name to use. Of course, not all computers use an intel processor, and not all use the windows OS, so even this can be misleading. The best name is still the one originally intended for it: the IBM-compatible computer. After all, all these DELL and Gateway and HP computers are just IBM compatibles, built using the same foundation as the original IBM AT computer. The reason I make this statement is I feel that Apple might be getting hurt by referring to IBM compatibles as PC's. When an unknowledgeable person wants to buy a computer (which is what the vast majority of computer purchasers are), they know they are not only buying a computer, but that they want to get a PC, simply because its what everyone else uses. If you tell them to consider getting a Mac, they immediately shrug it off because they know that a Mac isn't a PC, and instead think its some alien computer from the 80's which can't run any software they want. Maybe i'm crazy, but I feel that if Apple started to acknowledge that Macs are indeed PC's, and that a DELL and the rest are really just IBM-compatibles, people might start to look at Apple as being a 'normal' computer, and the IBM compatibles as something ancient and too technical for them. Does anyone else have an opinion on this? Or am I just nuts?