I've saved and have been waiting for the iMac revisions so (so so so) patiently, but I've recently had a chance to borrow a veteran G5 iMac (ex-Apple Store point-of-sale!) and give 'er a test run. And, well... I'm not so keen on having two computers anymore. For one, it's excessive, and syncing via network, firewire (with or without automation) just seems like a headache. My other concern is the relative inability to play a game every now and then. Theoretically, I could do it on a CD Macbook, but I wouldn't enjoy it very much. I don't currently play any games, and the only ones I'm looking forward to seem to be years away (Starcraft 2). I'm craving a new Mac.. this one's over a year old! Before I borrowed the iMac, my Macbook plugged into a 20" monitor provided some hot pseudo-iMac action, but I became increasingly annoyed with the integrated graphics' sluggishness when pushing windows around the screen. So it comes down to three options: 1.) Get a cool, next-revision iMac and deal with two computers. 2.) Sell Macbook, get a MBP and ACD. Or perhaps at 17" with HD screen. 3.) Save my money. 3 makes the most sense, but ugh! Money burning a hole, you know.