This is my first post on this site, but I've read plenty of threads discussing how the next PowerBook would look like and I thought it was time for me to offer my own expectations. I've also been reading articles on Freescale, ATIs and NVidias homepages. I think the updated PowerBook line will look like this: 12" ComboDrive 1024x768 1.6Ghz G4 (7448) @ 200mhz ATI MobilityRadeon 9700 64MB512MB DDR400 80GB@5400RPM ComboDrive (CD-R/DVD) 12" SuperDrive 1024x768 1.6Ghz (7448) @ 200mhz ATI MobilityRadeon 9700 64MB 512MB DDR400 100GB@5400RPM SuperDrive 8x 15" ComboDrive 1600x1068 1.6Ghz (7448) @ 200mhz ATI MobilityRadeon 9800 64MB 512MB DDR400 100GB@7200RPM ComboDrive (CD-R/DVD) 15" SuperDrive 1600x1068 1.8Ghz (7448) @ 200mhz ATI MobilityRadeon 9800 128MB 512MB DDR400 100GB@7200RPM SuperDrive 16x 17" SuperDrive 1920x1200 1.8Ghz (7448) @ 200mhz ATI MobilityRadeon 9800 256MB 512MB DDR400 100GB@7200RPM SuperDrive 16x I'm most uncertain when it comes to the graphic chip. I'm not sure if it's possible to use Radeon 9800 in a small portable, the only laptop that use this at the moment is a monster from Dell. However it's the only upgrade avalible that is AGP compatible. Screen updates is also a bit uncertain. I'm not sure how much job it is for Apple to change the LCD panel. If it's only a small upgrade it would be smart of Apple to do it, it would make the current PowerBook more attractive despite the Intel upgrade around the corner. These are only my humble suggestions and I would really like your comments! I think the new PowerBooks would be released in september/october.