I hate sites like Think Secret. People really ought to know better than to put stock in anything they publish, but sometimes you just can't help getting caught up in the possibilities, remote as they may be. The main offender this year is the "headless" G4 iMac for $499, apparently geared towards Windows iPod users who would be more curious about the Mac experience if it wasn't for that damned price tag. Other rumorware includes a flash-based iPod available in 1.0 and 2.0 GB capacities, a long-overdue AppleWorks overhaul called iWork, and updates to Keynote and the iLife software suite. Personally, I love the idea of the "headless" iMac, and I'll readily part with the $499 if the system has at least one (available) PCI slot. I realize that the rumored hardware specs (1.0 or 1.25 GHz G4, 256 MB RAM, USB 2.0, FireWire 400, wired and wireless networking support) are a bit outdated, but it's more up-to-date than my hardware, and it would be the most cost-effective upgrade as long as I can take one of my video cards with me. Think Secret has been sued by Apple for "unspecified stories [that] accurately reveal its marketing plans and technical details of a new computer product," which could (very likely) be something as minor as the FireWire breakout box for GarageBand. Thoughts? What say you to a $499 iMac, Windows users?