As I understand it, the cube was released in hopes of reaching a portion of the market that doesn't need the fastest processor, and would be willing ot sacrifice speed or a more compact size and no fans. And it failed. I think some people mentioned that price was a factor in the products demise... but wasn't it lowered and lowered when it wasn't selling? I really think that they were on to something wiht the cube. How many people here don't even play games? Aren't you bothered by whirrrrrrring fans and a big clunky tower sitting on the table beside you? I think the cube would have been perfect for a lot of people... most of them don't realize it though.. tehre's some 'consumer-sense' that just tells them that if they're paying a certain price, then they should have a certain number of MHz... So they looked at the cube, looked at teh price, specs and made up their mind before they'd considered the product on a whole.. Do you think there's a market for this in the PC or Mac world today? Why do you think the cube didn't work, and how, do you think, could it work?