According to Business Week article, INTC in 2005 will have 5 "new" fabs and 7 "older" fabs with a combined capacity of about 375 million chips a year. This is multiples of existing chip production. Barrett plans to branch into 10 new areas with all this capacity. If it works, INTC wins. If it doesn't, well INTC will then have enormous excess plant capacity and probably 25,000 too many extra employees. He didn't bother to reduce employee counts significantly during the downturn. Barrett lost billions in investment losses in Intel Capital, Intel had product delays and all the rest during his tenure, he was CEO when INTEL lost $400 billion in market cap, and INTEL is still not back to even 1/2 its highest stock price. INTEL has disappointed in at least the last 10 mid quarter updates. The most recent one was due to oversupply in Asia. Given this track record of accomplishment, this vision, who does he think is going to purchase all these chips especially when they have an Asia oversupply situation that they didn't forsee? Anyone want to hazard a percentage guess as to the success of this "vision"--better or less than 50 percent?