I have been looking into a *book for ages now, and I am finally ready to pull the trigger and order one (as soon as Jobs speaks in Jan.). My major concern is that I am getting a slower computer (going to start off my Mac experience with a PBook I think) in comparison to a related PC (I know its a strecth, just go with me for a second). I use Photoshop extensively, 7.0 on the ol' PC desktop, and a trial of CS now. I am moving everything to CS for obvious reasons, but my question is this: Is Photoshop tailored to Macs? (I believe I read something on this somewhere..) I am wondering if the design and way that the G4 core works is optimized for use in programs like Photoshop. Setting price aside it feels like I can get a more up-to-date PC laptop than a Mac (hoping this changes at least slightly in Jan.) and I was just wondering if a 1.33G4 can handle CS stuff effectively (comparison to latest P-M and CS in Win ). Sorry to reword the arguement three times...just wanted to make sure there is a phrasing for everyone . Thanks for the responses. Edit: To stave off the onslaught I foresee...the reason I am looking at the 12" 1.33 is for portability, screen real estate is a null concern because I will always have larger monitors for display purposes, I want the power and portability here. I hope that keeps the "why you gettin a 12" for CS!??" comments away.