This is just a guess, but it may be possible. According to Greg Godwin, the iMac is gone. It is being replaced by a new system, currently unnamed. We are calling it the 'new iMac,' and is powered by the G4 chip. Okay then, lets put this together: If the 'new iMac' is powered by the G4, then the Quicksilvers are useless. (because, according to greg, the 'new iMac' has all the bells and whistles of the Quicksilver) So, maybe Apple is moving to ONE system. No PowerMacs. No iMacs. ONE Apple. Sound crazy? Probably. Am I wrong? Probably. But lets at least toy with this. I dont think any of the rumor sites have picked this up yet, so maybe I am right. Apple wants to promote the digital hub, right? What better hub than the 'all in one' Apple? What if Apple makes this thing so expandible that it meets all of any consumers needs, whether home or professional use? This solves the problem many have mentioned about powering a 'iMac' with the G4, that the quicksilvers will go down in sales. Well, what if Apple only offers this new computer? Then, in mid 2002, they offer this system with the G5, and you will have two different chip options in the same line. Half the production costs, twice the sales. Im not talking about a little dinky iMac here. Im talking about Steve Jobs putting his nuts on the line and producing a powerhouse 'all in one' Apple that will fly an f-16. Apple used to be a 'one machine' company, and maybe its time to go back to that. If its expandible enough, and powerful enough, I think this could possibly work. Go ahead and rip this idea apart, because I want to see if it could stand up to it.