The thing about this incident that just confounds me is this: Micron's award-winning Millennia MAX PCs are pretty much the fastest Intel-based systems with a price this side of outrageous. The reason? These systems, rather uniquely, use 133MHz SDRAM on a 133MHz front-side buscourtesy of a Via chipset. These boxes compete quite well with Athlon PCs, by the way. But it seems the success of the platform is less important to Intel than protecting their own market dominance. Hmmm.. Someone call the FTC.