I see that some people who call their Macs "dual processor" or "quad processor" systems being shot down and corrected now and then. "It's COREs, not processors." But is not a "dual core" basically just two processors on the same board sharing the same cache and bus? Doesn't that still make it technically two processors? Since when is a processor defined as having an independent, dedicated bus and L2 cache? Can I free myself and tell people the Mac Pro on my desk has four processors? I mean, it technically does, doesn't it? "Four processors" sounds a lot more impressive (and easier to understand for many people) than "four cores." What is everyone's take on this?