So IBM had a processor (G4) that was pretty solid, but they cant seem to get the clock speeds up high enough to keep up with consumer demand for desktops, so they created a new processor that had no improvement in speed clock for clock (G5). I dont know about anyone else, but does this seem strangly similar to the situation that intel had with the PIII and PIV. Then years later, intel used technology from the PIII to create the Pentium M, and everyone knows that the Pentium M (or some mod of it) will soon pass the PIV in performance (even in desktop usage). So it seems to me that it is very possible that in a few years the G4 could be resurrected as a low voltage, high performance mobile computing chip. Maybe im wrong, who knows.