I rarely start new threads, but I thought this would be fun. I watched Steve's keynote and 3 times I heard him say, "We still have some real exciting upgraded products in the PowerPC pipeline." I am one to think he is just blowing hot air since it would be pointless to mess with a dead platform at this time, but somehow they still have to move systems over the next year or two...so here is my guess... Powerbook G4 will see one more improvement before it goes to Intel. I think the 7448 Freescale should be ready soon. Speeds of 1.6-1.8Ghz on a 200Mhz FSB. iBooks will get one more bump. 7447a 1.33 or 1.42 and 1.5Ghz on a 167Mhz FSB. Will also get a better video card. Same with Mac Mini. iMac G5's will probably see at least one more if not 2 speed bumps. Next one will most likely be 2Ghz and 2.3Ghz PowerMacs will FINALLY see 3Ghz before they are scrapped. Even though Steve is REAL late on this promise, I think he will still want to show it was possible. eMacs will continue on with a possible minor bump. My guess is that all G4 products will get the Intel chip first. Pentium M. Then they will phase out the G5 sometime later using an Intel desktop processor. What do you think?