As we get closer to WWDC, it seems to me that Apple would need to do everything it could to create an enormous amount of hype around its new product line. Shock value being such a great spin tool, and especially news of MAJOR BLUNDERS such as placing G5 info on the Apple website, could it simply have been a ploy to generate more free publicity for Apple? We see how blunders and shocking news always generates the most amount of free publicity. Gets the rumor mill going like wildfire. It would make sense to me that this "mistake" may have actually been a more calculated act by Apple to get the news out and get people talking. The timing to cause such hype is right. A nearly one-week window prior to WWDC could really get people talking just as it has on these boards. Additionally, it seems a bit weird to me that Apple who is known to have such precision about releasing news instantly on their website, would actually have a G5 spec on the screen next to the G4. If they were stupid enough to load their website with upcoming projects they may run the risk of such blunders and, God forbid a hacker/cracker attack, more info leaking prior to this new release. What do you think? I'd love to hear the feedback from people about this. It just seems a bit too odd to be uncalculated.