Well the rounds of Kinko's rumors are starting up again, but the current changes in their corporate culture (most stores not open 24 hours and they moved to Texas for god's sake) make this one slightly more plausible. Yes, it appears that they are ditching Apple after a 15 year+ relationship. No Macs in the stores. Period. Boy, that Quark for Windows is a popular program with all those graphic kiddies now isn't it? What is the logic behind this? After putting on my moron hat, the only thing I can think of is a short term income statement gain. Granted the store I used to work in will lose a conservative $40K in revenue a month (digital output/computer rental), but they'll save at least $3K in expenses (hardware/software). Not to mention that the stores have been doing document creation almost exclusively on Mac for years. So, with all that in mind are there any of you rumormongers that know of a retail alternative to what Kinko's is currently offering (as subpar as it is at times)? Copymax here in the midwest 86'd all of their self serve computers and there's not a mac in the building. And a note to all you Kinkoids that haven't chewed yourself off at the ankle yet, no better time to work for the competition, eh?