Of course, the real bargains are at the low end of the AMD line. The Athlon XP 1700+ is priced at only $54, while the 2100+ is only $93. With prices like that, who needs Durons and Celerons?
Intel and AMD have also cut prices on Xeon and Athlon MP processors, and Intel is now offering a 3.06GHz version of the Xeon. Again, the fastest available Athlon MP processors are priced at virtually the same level and Intel's comparable Xeons, at least as far as PR ratings and MHz are concerned. With SMP-capable Athlon MPs, AMD still undercuts Intel with its slowest Athlon MPs, but doesn't have anything beyond an Athlon MP 2600+ to compete with Intel's 2.8 and 3.06GHz Xeons.
At least as far as high-end and mid-range processors are concerned, it looks like AMD's price advantage is slipping away.