Going to the Intel 6xx media launch tomorrow so I feel that it's partly my duty to field any questions the OCAU community has regarding the 6xx series and the EE 3.73GHz. So, post any questions below and i'll do my best to either get them answered or answer them myself. Here's what I'm going in with so far: 1. Larger cache results in increased latency, so the upgrade to 2MB L2 provides little (if any) performance increases. With dual-core chips coming soon, why should consumers buy a 6xx instead of a far cheaper 5xx chip? 2. The big advantage that the EE held over the regular P4 has traditionally been in its cache (at one time, 512KB vs. 2MB). Now that the 6xx and EE series boast identical cache, what benefits does the EE range provide aside from the 1066MHz FSB and a very slight clock speed increase to justify its significantly higher price? Further, what modifications will be made in future to ensure that the EE remains desirable (e.g. 4MB L2 cache)? 3. Aussie RRPs?