I have a decision-making dilemma. I have a 1.67ghz powerbook g4 and a dual 1.8ghz powermac g5. The powerbook is dog slow, no doubt about it, but it's useable with the exception of the low resolution and horrible backlight. I use my powerbook more than my desktop machine because I'm always working remotely. I'd really love to sell my powerbook and powermac, and get a 17" macbook pro. 95% of my applications are universal binary, but 2 very important apps, Photoshop and Illustrator, are not. If those apps can run in rosetta as fast (or faster) than my g4 powerbook, I'll make the jump. Otherwise I'll have to keep my desktop machine, which I'd rather not have to do. It would be nice to have 1 computer that can do everything so I don't have to deal with syncing all my data all the time. Keep in mind I don't do much print work (mainly identity stuff), so most of the time my photoshop files, although large, are 72dpi files. Anyone have any personal experience running photoshop and illustrator on an intel mac under rosetta compared to a recent powerbook? I'd love to hear about it.