Hm. Has anyone else seen this? http://store.apple.com/uk-edu/browse/home/shop_mac/family/imac/select?mco=MjIwNTQyNjE The educational discount on iMacs in the UK used to be 12%. I know this because the top-end iMac that I bought last October, which should've been £1,649, was £1,452. Plus, AppleCare was reduced from £139 to £34. So, all in, about £1,486. Looking at these figures, it seems to me that the discount's been reduced to 6%. And now, AppleCare costs almost £118. Had these been the prices seven months ago, my iMac would've cost me another £180-odd. Has anybody in the UK tried to buy one of the new iMacs with the educational discount? Are these figures accurate? I'm asking because it never used to be possible to access these figures away from a university computer - you'd only get the educational pricing from an institutional login, or by phoning the Apple Store hotline - whereas I'm suddenly able to access them from my desk at home. I'm wondering whether (and kinda hoping that...) this is a website screw-up. It all seems rather odd. Odd that Apple would cut the discount by such a substantial proportion - which is bound to dissuade some students from buying one - and odd that I can suddenly access this part of the website. Cheers, DH.