Well I don't read much into this subject on graphene. But i have read there are obstacles to over come.... much like quantum computers which have probably a million times more complicated issues to over. I'm skeptical that a quantum computer will exist in the home for 100+ years... But will graphene replace silicon in our computers any time soon? Can any one from their knowledge on the technology see a graphene age on the horizon? What are the big obstacles and how soon can you see it reaching our homes? I can just imagine the benefits for projects under folding@home would have with 100 GHz cpu's!