I agree about the PBs, Mike--those new 15" ones look mighty tempting.<br><br>A word of warning to greenme, though: you keep doing this, young man, and Stan is gonna ban you from the forums for upstaging his own reporting <br><br> Alas, poor Yorick. -- Hamlet
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Do you know, that as a joke I started doing that (keynote updates) on Apple's discussion board last night and I got banned!<br><br>No lie, they sent me an email explaining it and now I can't access the discussions page for the G5. LOL! <br><br>
The Apple forums aren't there for fun, they're there for troubleshooting and discussing things directly related to the use of the Mac and it's software. I don't agree with the way the freely delete posts (and entire threads), but I can see their point - many "newbie" users go there for help, and they shouldn't have to sift through the daily "Bush sucks" type of posts. <br><br>
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