I've posted this a few times but once I again I'm looking for opinions. The new Intel iMacs have great specs but I'm starting to believe some of the posts saying that these were a rush job, just to get something out. That combined with the fact that Intel has new chips coming out later this year makes me want to wait a while longer. I really think the iMac is going to be redesigned for MacWorld 2007. I'm not a big fan of the current iMac design. I like my iMac G4 (flat panel) much better. My 1Ghz iMac G4 is a great machine. I use iLife to the fullest, making home movies with special effects and burning with iDVD. We live in iPhoto, have over 8000 pics and order prints, books and now calendars and cards. On some of these tasks the 1Ghz G4 is getting sluggish. So...instead of grabbing a refurbished iMac G5 or going all out on the Intel iMac, I think I've decided to go for Daystar's 1.92Ghz G4 upgrade. I can get the upgrade for either $500 or $600 with express shipping. I have to send out my machine and they do all the work and testing. The end result will be a G4 iMac that should match the performance of the Rev A and Rev B iMac G5 in most tasks. This will mean about 2x performance gain for me. It won't match the Core Duo but I also run Final Cut Express and Soundtrack Pro so I'll also save on the $50 fee for Universal versions of these. This will keep my iMac G4 cruising thru 2006 and into 2007. Then I can see what new machines Apple has released. The other option is to pick up a refurb 17" iMac G5 and sell the G4. I never thought I'd get the 17" as that is what I have now and I want to upgrade to the 20". But, this is another option. I can get a 17" for about $900, sell mine for $600 and only spend $300. Any ideas????