But this turns out to be a good thing for me. First of all, let me state that if you have the Rev A iMac G5 and have experienced video card failure which causes the entire logic board to be replaced to fix it, Apple has extended repair on these machines even if the warranty has expired. This problem only exists in a certain range of serial numbers, but you can check what they are on Apple's dicussion forums. Anyway, this happened to my iMac 3 seperate times. So by the third time, I was rightfully pissed that they haven't fixed the problem. I called the tech number, after finding out that there was an extension repair concerning this issue. Long story short, I found out they had placed a used logic board in my computer the second time the video card failed (and most likely the first time, since the issue happened a second time, resulting in a third failure). The logic board, however, was registered to an elementary school, and because of this, they couldn't find a service record on "my computer." So, at this point, I demanded to have a replacement computer, and not to have current one repaired again. The awesome news is, I found out today that my order was delayed, but for a very good reason....Apple is giving me the new Rev. C iMac with the iSight and Front Row!!!! I couldn't be happier...not to mention it has a 250 GB harddrive, where mine was 160 GB, and more standard RAM, which will bring me up to 1 GB. Sorry for the long post, but I was excited, and also wanted to inform people of the extended repair program...and don't let Apple push you around if this problem has been reaccuring to you...demand they give you a replacement computer! Thanks for reading!