I'm perplexed why Apple decided to make the new iMac so thin, at such great expense. There has been this obsession with thinness lately that is simply not appropriate to extend to a desktop line. Who sees the sides of the computer when its sitting on a desk? I would've preferred a thicker computer with an even bezel all the way around the screen, like the Thunderbolt Display. THAT would've been a design upgrade! The world is going increasingly mobile, and thin makes sense there, but it also means that less people are using desktops. The ones that are are the ones that need the extra power and features. So why focus on making it thin when what we really need are replaceable HDs, a beefier GPU, better cooling, etc. The new iMac is certainly beautiful, probably the sexiest iMac yet. But I am concerned that Apple is valuing form so much more than function these days. Thoughts?