The new batch of G4 towers are out, and there are some new features ... *No more single processors. There are currently three G4s offered ... dual 867, 1Gb, and 1.25Gb models. *Room for four internal HDDs ... 2 ATA100 and 2 ATA66, 2 IDE and 2 SCSI, or 4 SCSI (SCSI card not included). *Dual optical drive spaces ... finally. *DDR SDRAM! PC2100 or PC2700 supported, up to 2Gb. *GeForce4 MX, ATI Radeon 9000, or GeForce4 Ti graphics cards. *OS 10.2 included. IMO, Apple really missed the mark on this batch of "new and improved" G4s: *Space for 4 HDDs is a great idea, but only if they were to include better support for them. If you want to use 4 IDE HDDs, two of them are going to be stuck at ATA66! 4 X ATA133 and 0,1, 0+1 RAID would have been much more up-to-date, competitive, and impressive. *DDR support is also long past due, but aren't they aware that PC3500 is now on the market? *The dual optical drive spaces would have been a good idea a year or two ago, but since Apple is now using combo drives, what is the point of the extra space? If you already have a CD/RW and a DVD player (or DVD/R) in your first optical drive space, what do you need the other space for??? Personally, instead of the extra optical drive space, I'd rather see them bring back an IDE floppy drive, for cheap convenient storage of small files. It would also be very convenient for people who are running a Windows emulator. *And what's with trying to forcing people to embrace dual-processors? I think a lot of people would rather have a single processor 2.5Gb G4! In a nutshell, Apple's "improvements" are half-hearted attempts that fall far too short , are far behind current technology, and are poorly thought-out.