Everyone wants a headless Mac, the return of the cube, call it what you will. We all know the gap is there. Minis are great but don't have the expandability and not everyone wants integrated graphics. The new Mac Pro is awesome with Quad Core dual Xeons, but it is more of a monster than the G5 PowerMac was, and no real low end means what do you buy if you want a good computer, expandability and you don't want the integrated display of the iMac. Give us the headless Mac Base Model: 2.0 ghz Merom, upgradable to 2.33 250 GB HDD, upgradable to 500, plus a 2nd 500 available 512 MB RAM, upgradable to 2 GB x1800 video with 128 MB VRAM, upgradable to 256 some way to drive 2 screens or a 30" ACD, whether a graphics card option, or use of the empty pci slot airport & bluetooth standard superdrive keyboard & mouse Front Row, remote, IR sensor Base model price: $1499 Nicely equipped: 2.0 ghz, 2 GB RAM, 500 GB HDD - $1999 And offer a discount when adding a display Bundled with 23" ACD - screen adds $949, with built in iSight & IR sensor You could make the argument to drop the base to $1399 or $1299, but then you are dropping $300-400 off the 20" iMac after taking out an LCD. They won't want to cannibalize the iMac so much as offer us a prosumer option.