Having been a PC user forever, I'm for the first time looking to get myself a Mac; a white MacBook (the 2.00 GHz version, most likely not configured). Hence, I have a few questions to ask before I whip out my debit card and buy the laptop. Some of these questions may (no, will!) sound a bit ignorant to all you Mac wiz' out there, but I thought I might as well even ask the very basic things. I have a wireless 802.11g network at home, powered by a Belkin router and a few Windows and Ubuntu-running PCs. Will this be at all troublesome connecting to on a MacBook? Do I need any additional software or hardware, or will it work out of the box? Being a web designer, I do use a few somewhat resource-intensive applications; namely Photoshop. I'll most likely be waiting until CS3 (for the universal goodness) before purchasing the Mac version, but I need to know if I can run it decently even with the not-insanely-powerful Intel GMA. Chances are I won't be doing any 3D at all, but I may be having a few (< 10) files open in Photoshop while browsing the web and editing some text -- would this be problematic? Will my regular (Logitech G5, USB) mouse work close-to-seamlessly? Basically, that is, will its 4-way scrolling wheel work? ... surprisingly, that's all I could come up with. I s'pose I'll ask again if I find more questions. Thanks in advance!