Hi all, I don't know my Mac history, but is there a trend towards Apple making machines more (or less) user-servicable? Back in the day, I seem to remember people raving about how the new iMac G5s were well-designed in terms of the user opening the machine. They could easily replace the hard drive, the RAM and the G4 Mac minis also spoke to this. However, nowadays, it's obviously that the current Intel iMacs and Mac minis are harder to safely open up; the iMac looks really daunting to take apart, and the mini had its ram slots moved deeper in the machine, making it a much more involving task. So is this a trend? Is it just that Apple is more interested in pumping out Intel-hardware Macs, than making a Mac user-servicable at this point? Or is it a strategic move to keep users buying new units directly from them and leaving no path for upgrades?