Just got the Powermac back from the Apple Store and it seems to be working now. It also feels a lot faster now that it has twice the CPUs! :)
I also had a chance to play with the new iPod nano. It's pretty nice. The click wheel works well, it weighs practially nothing, and the color screen, while very small is quite readable. The only two things I noticed about it that were unusual, is that the headphone plug is on the bottom of it and the hold button on the top is reversed from the usual iPod hold button. On most iPods, if you slide the hold button to the left, it locks the keys on the iPod. On the iPod nano, you have to slide it to the right to lock it. It is also a bit unusual in that the dock plug on the bottom is not centered. It sits over to the left side of the bottom. I imagine this was done to make space for the headphone plug, but it gives ia an odd 'uneven' look when the dock cable is plugged in. I suspect that the headphone plug was moved to the bottom so that you could wear it hanging from your neck while working out (using the really cool combination neck lanyard and headphone accessory that they have coming out soon). They had a lot of them in stock at the store today, but they appeared to be selling like crazy. They had already sold out of the black 4GB ones. Not surprising. I figured the black one would sell VERY well. One other thing I noticed about it, that is not apparent from the photos online is that the entire front of it is covered by a thin, clear layer of plastic. You essentially have the silver back, the white 'center' and then the clear top. I guess this clear top is to protect the screen. The feel of the iPod Nano kind of reminds me of those credit card calculators you see sometimes (but a bit thicker).
Nice little gizmo. Now if only they could make a 40GB version of that thing, I'd buy one in a heartbeat.