We don't want that either. We don't need another processor monopoly like the one Intel held for so long. What we need is what we have, some decent competition. It's good for product development, its' good for prices, it's good for the end users. Intel have already been forced to bring there prices down, by a good margin. However, they should have done this years ago. They were simply capitalizing on their monopoly. I don't know what the real 10nm story is, but I imagine they are trying to milk every possibly penny out of 14nm. Is it so they have something to sell next year?