I've just been reading about the Gigabyte Brix Pro NUC computer, showcased at CES 2014. Man, this thing looks interesting! It has a 3.2GHz (3.9GHz turbo) quad-core i7-4770R with Iris Pro 5200 graphics, and measures only about 4.5x4.5x2.5 inches (c. 11x11x6 cm), so is considerably smaller than the Mac Mini. You can fit a 2.5" SATA III drive plus mSATA SSD. Do you think the next Mini will try to use one these desktop CPUs (65W TDP)? I'm wondering whether the engineering experience of the Mac Pro could be translated to a super efficient small form factor Mini. Or would they worry that it could erode Mac Pro sales, and keep the Mini deliberately at a lower level with mobile CPUs?