@ Anonymous Coward (@ Chris A Light)
Nothing like seeing an Anonymous Coward fall flat on their face on a Friday afternoon!
As it happens, I'm typing this, as I typed the original, on my Mac. A 24" Intel iMac as it happens...
So, how come if I think Apple products are designed largely with fashion victims in mind? Well, horses for courses. I much prefer the user interface of OSX - now it's out of Beta anyway - and a few apps only run on X.
I am aware that you can get X (well Leper, Apple's Vista) to run on a PC, but I prefer to keep my PCs for serious stuff that requires raw processing power and decent graphics hardware, something even MacPros (which I'm very familiar with) don't seem to posses.
However, anyone with any sense of discrimination who runs and works on Macs knows very well that Macs are overpriced, rather poor value for money and full of 'ooooh! shiny!' design compromises that are solely designed to appeal to... fashion victims.
Though some of us do run them because of software requirements and the rather nice pre-Leper user interface.
So, that's why I wrote that little bit of satire. Sorry it went right past you, only pausing to trigger your latent Mac-fanboi tendencies :-)