I did buy an Apple a couple of weeks ago. For work, yes, but the law of Apple strikes again: they will always release new machines approximately two weeks after you decide to buy one. Grr. Still, the new iMac looks so pretty. And with a wireless mouse and keyboard, almost as portable as the MacBook / MacBook Pros themselves. Seeing as how I'm not really interested in a new machine right now (although the new keyboard looks interesting; it could be a possible replacement to the trusty IBM one I use at the moment), the changes to iPhoto and iMovie are what interest me in today's announcement. iPhoto has got faster (again), plus some fancier editing tools and web gallery options, but iMovie is a completely new application, borrowing a little from iTunes by giving you a video library to store and select clips for when you're making little movies. And if you can get it into MPEG-4 format (ffmpeg is your friend), you can have it in iMovie (it also does HDV/AVCHD for higher-end camcorders!). Oooh, that's fancy. One-click upload from iMovie to YouTube.