Just chiming in here. I have used Macs with 68020s, Power PCs, G4s and 5s... and the chip never, in my mind, made the computer. Macs have always been the most personal of PCs. My Mac works the way I need it to, while your Mac works the way you need it too. It's the OS that makes a Mac a Mac. Behind that OS is a whole history, philosophy and culture about letting people work the way they want to. Perhaps Macs running on Intel will make this clear while also demonstrating that Intel and Windows are two very different things.