On a side note, I read that the Wii is powered by a 729Mhz PPC 750CL processor and the new wiiU is a beefed up 1Ghz PPC 750 with extra cache, 3 cores etc. It has always seemed to me that in all of the reading I did on Apple's switch from PPC to Intel was because PPC was fast but waaay too hot and with the trend of smaller, thinner computers, tablets, phones etc. the demand for this type of customer driven innovation could not be met with PPC architecture, hence the move. BUT, then I read about a PPC processor driving my Wii and now the WiiU with multiple cores and I'm wondering if this is still true or has IBM and the PPC people been able to push forward with new technologies that meet the small, light, cool to the touch consumer driven market demands? I'm not implying that Apple would ever go back to PPC - not the point with this and I myself am just a goof ball hobbyist but I was curious if you tech guys that are in-the-know can confirm that PPC has in fact made this push? Should we start seeing PPC processors in teeny tiny tablets and other tech bits?