The various announced HP/AMD notebook offerings seem to be scheduled for release in a series of waves. The 1st has already occurred with the addition of the Turion versions of the ze2000 & m2000 making these the 'z' versions. Personally, I couldn't possibly be more repulsed considering they both only offer 4200RPM harddrives & only 4:3 aspect ratio screens!!!
The 2nd wave (next week) will include AT LEAST the much anticipated L2000 also featuring a Turion processor. Once again, this particular notebook doesn't come close to a dream-system since it can only be configured with the mediocre ATi x200m.
Other models expected to be emulated in an AMD version are: zd8000, dv4000, dv1000, v2000, v4000, & perhaps x6000.
Waiting it out & not going with a zv6000/r4000 is a question that requires further elaboration on your part...Like what do you intend on using your new notebook for? Will you be gaming intensely? If so, 3d games? How imperative is the system's mobility level?
For example, if you do play many demanding games & mobility isn't really a factor....then you'd probably appreciate the upcoming zd8k with the ATi Express 600 (256MB DEDICATED VRAM) & sxga 17"widescreen & probably Athlon64 processor.