Here is what I am trying to understand. Why would Apple make such a foolish business decision to put inferior LCD's into the 20" iMac, when it's obvious that they will be sued for misleading their loyal customers. On the Apple website it clearly states the specs for the iMac's LCD. Contrast ratios are at: 800:1 on the 20" and 750:1 on the 24" I find this bizarre, since i have both units the difference are VERY obvious and do not reflect these number. I think that contrast ratio means ALOT! Look at any LCD television with low and high contrast ratios and you will see a HUGE difference, its a very important spec that tells you what the unit is capable of displaying. Of course its in relationship to viewing angles. Of which the 20" lcd is sadly weak in both areas, extremely so. The 20" viewing angle just plain SUCKs bad! You can't move your head more than an inch or two without areas of the screen blurring out. Again, considering the state of development and lowered costs of decent LCD's in the market now, it is really hard to understand the need to put such a poor LCD in the 20" iMac. Apple is very much a success story and certainly can afford to deliver quality products at the low end to their loyal customers. It's in poor taste to do such a thing and Apple will feel the backlash. Considering the newest lawsuit levied against them for the lies in advertising about the 20" iMac's LCD. What i am trying to grasp here is, what is Job's thinking? All the effort to create this new world of Apple computing only to sully the reputation of the company to save a few paltry dollars. Even if it adds up to millions. What of the backlash and cost of defending such foolish tactics. Certainly the cons out weigh the pros, here. In bad press alone. Even bad Windows machines have better LCD's. We all know Jobs is a smart guy, a very smart guy. What in the world is the motivation, that is what I want to know. What am I missing here?