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3. New receiver/amp that sounds incredible but doesn't break the bank. Suggestions appreciated.
How big is the bank?

Yamaha RX V667 would be my choice at around 350, but with the same sound chip as the 2000 flagship. Awesome receiver.

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Just curious since you no longer have the running total in your sidebar. What is the current count?
I'll have to check. I have a rough idea...but I'm not sure of the exact count.

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I'll have to check. I have a rough idea...but I'm not sure of the exact count.

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- Apple LED Cinema Display (27" flat panel)
- Magic Mouse
- iPhone 4

My 13" Macbook Pro screen is way too small for some of my design work. I'd love a huge glossy Apple monitor. The new Cinema Display is out of my current budget, but I can dream, right? My 3GS has been twitchy lately. Ready to upgrade it! I guess I've completed the transformation from PC person to Mac person in the past few years, huh?
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How big is the bank?

Yamaha RX V667 would be my choice at around 350, but with the same sound chip as the 2000 flagship. Awesome receiver.
Thanks for the tip. Been reading a few of the reviews since I saw your post. Can't beat the price/performance on that one. Looks like it's right up my alley. The cost of an iPod dock is not really an issue since I can play the same songs back from my media Mac. I currently have surround speakers from Yamaha and have liked them.

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A 320 GB iPod Classic, SSD. It would hold all my music & video, it wouldn't crash if I dropped it, and it would still look like the old-school iPod I like so much.

I know it's a fantasy that won't come true, but I do wish Apple made one.
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Actual products, hopefully will have:
iPad2 (next week )
iMac i7 Sandybridge
Apple TV
Wireless keyboard/magic trackpad

Actual products big wishin'
Mac Pro: maxed out, max SSD drives
dual 27" Cinema Displays
13" MBA

Wish list that don't exist:
iPad the same except w/ Retina Display and 1 pound
15" MBP but more like MBA: no optical, SSD, better screen, 2/3 current weight and thickness
iPhone 5 w/ dual core A5, LTE, and 4" screen
Wireless Apple keyboard WITH numberpad!! (Seriously, why not, Apple??)

Non-Apple wishlist:
Better sound system
Awesome HTPC
Canon 5D Mark II
Canon S95

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2nd generation iPad in white w/ green (or blue) polyurethane Smart Cover

500 GB 2.5" Seagate HDD for MacBook


I'm not really wishing for a whole lot…which is strange because normally my wish list for devices is miles long……

 iPad mini 1st gen - iOS 8.0.2
 iPod touch 5th gen - iOS 8.0.2
 Mac mini Server M10 - OS X 10.9.5
 MacBook Uni L09 - OS X 10.10 PB4
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I always have way more than I can afford on my list. The one I just saw this morning in PC Mag is the Maingear F131, sporting a sandy bridge quad core i7 overclocked to 4.8 Ghz. Toss in a couple of AMD HD 6990's. Now that's what I'm talkin' about.

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After reading Bobs wish list he may be the first to need a 20amp socket dedicated just
to run the dream machine after they come out with a 2000watt power supply.
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1. SSD for my computer, zoom zoom OH GOD SLOW DOWN!!!
2. Dell ultrasharp 27inch monitor, 1.07 billion colors.. 6ms response time, 2560x1440..
3. Transformer tabletis it a laptop or a tablet? its both!
5. AMD bulldozer (dependong on reviews)
6. new motherboard possibly.. depending on bulldozer
7. more to come...
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I want an iPad Air, maybe an iPod, an e-reader, and perhaps another MacBook.

I Love My Mac! I finally got an iPad Air.
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I'd like a home CCTV security camera system that has software written for Mac OS X. Every time I see a nice mid-range system I like, it runs on Windows. I don't count camera systems that go to a Cloud that you can "check in on" with an iOS device. I'd like one that has 6-8 outdoor cameras that feed my Mac Mini for management, record to an attached external RAID, and I can display on my attached HDTV.
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