I'm hoping to have enough money to purchase a 12" iBook in the near future, and it'd only be a temp until I got a job and would be able to buy a nicer PowerBook, but I know I'd probably kick myself if I ended up buying one now and finding newer ones out in the near future, even if it's only supposed to be a temp. I've been hearing how the whole Cram & Jam deal is used to empty the stock of certain Macs to make room for whatever newer model is over the horizon. Does this carry any merit? And how accurate are the production cycles? I mean, is there really a chance of a new iBook coming out in a month? As for the "if you can wait, wait; if not, buy it" reply, I'll say this: I can wait if something's over the horizon, because I imagine the upgrade would be worth it. If chances are it won't be out until, say January, then I'll go ahead and get it now.