Intel has put some low-priced P4s on the market this week, without a press release. The Pentium 4 516 is available, a P4 priced closer to a Celeron than a Pentium, and is targeted at specific customers rather than the market as a whole. It doesn't show up on vendor price lists, but is still available. The primary intention is most likely to compete with the Sempron and Athlon XP, which are still very big sellers in the low-cost end of the PC Market, very common for both enthusiasts, businesses and schools.