That's a very good point, John, but with Apple's all-LCD display lineup, it would look silly to have this thin-display propped on top of a much deeper case, no?<br><br>I've also been a fan of the thin towers. Think PlayStation 2 in the vertical configuration.<br><br>Not to mention that such a configuration actually takes up *less* space than a Cube... At 8x8, the Cube has a surface area of 64 sq-in. If you have a slim tower that's 3x15, that's only 45 sq-in. And I know no one who values the "vertical" space on their desktop (this isn't Manhattan), and on top of all that, you still can't place anything on top of the Cube.<br><br>
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