I already knew about the mac books. You have to pay, like, $2 or so for them to turn the n on. That's what our Mac Pro guy told us. As far as Intel's new chipset, I believe that it will have both wireless N capabilities as well as DirectX 10 support. Sometime in May. Thanks for the responses guys.
I would say not to expect some huge performance jump.
I mean 667 to 800 fsb, and some extra wireless support, the CPU jumps to 2.4 Ghz, not exactly the 2.0 Ghz mobile CPU they were saying would come with it.
I would say you can cut a deal with vendors right now on existing technology to move inventory out that would probably be worth more than any performance boost you would be paying full retail for in 2 months.