The i5s are what intrigue me most here. That's a hefty upgrade over 12th gen and should be more than enough power for gaming. If they release a 13400, preferably an F model with the same P/E core configuration as the 13600K, the only thing that will prevent me from getting that is if AMD releases a 7700 non-X for the same price. AMD is actually in a pretty good situation right now. They released first and all their diehard fans will pay whatever they charge. The demand is currently low enough that scalpers aren't going to drain the inventory. Since Raptor Lake isn't likely to be much better (if it will even be better at all), by the time it gets released, AMD can lower their prices to be directly competitive. By then, supply will have caught up, where scalpers again won't mess with supply. Since AMD's price drops will be newsworthy, reviewers are bound to mention it, which is basically free advertising.