Hi everyone. I was thinking about this today. Shouldn't apple make a 15" LCD widescreen iMac for education. 15" wide is a reasonable viewing area. Have it come with maybe a CD or DVD drive. You might be saying all the hardware wouldn't fit in the computer so I would suggest having it maybe a little thicker and and maybe a wider bezel. If you can get the 17" w/o a CD drive for $1099 they should make the 15" with CD for maybe $850-$1200ish. I think it would be more popular than the 17". Cheaper, more space saving design than emac. If teachers had no CD drive like in the $1099 iMac i think they would dislike that beacuse say if they wanted to get files from a student- cd is pretty much the most popular form of large data transfer for the average person. Also say if you had a computer lab full of computers with no CD drive how would people get data disks say word files except going to a computer with CD. So i think apple should have.. 1) 15" iMac 1.6ghz g5 256mb ram 40gb hard drive CD drive $850 ideal use: word processing, internet 2) 15" iMac 1.6ghz 256mb ram 40gb hd Combo Drive $900-$950 ideal use: uses above + powerpoints and spreadsheets 3) 15" iMac 1.6ghz-1.8ghz 256mb Ram 60gb SuperDrive $1050-$1200 ideal use: uses above+ multimedia (tech classes), the whole iLife Option 1 or 2 would be good in school computer labs or libraries Option 2 or 3 would be good to have in tech labs and maybe 1 or 2 in a library What do you think?