jobs said on wendsday that

“It’s perfectly technically feasible to port Panther to any processor,” Jobs said at a meeting with financial analysts. But Jobs said the company is happy with IBM’s PowerPC family of chips and feels the performance is “quite competitive.”</p> . well now i have a mac, its not as important for them to move to Intel chips, or AMD for that matter. also, from what i have seen with iTunes, you need a faster machine to run iTunes on windows (PIII 500) then on a mac (G3 400 recomended, but a G3 333 will (hopefully) run it).