Hi, i'm in college and have my own little set up that includes a 47" LCD screen and i often hook up my macbook pro i7 to it and love it, however i would like to find an option for a dedicated machine just for media for that will be hooked up to it all the time. I am debating between a 2.26 ghz last generation mac mini and a used 2.0Ghz intel core 2 duo macbook (old white one and used) the difference in price isn't a big deal to me but I simply think the macbook is more practical for me at this time I wanted to know if the macbook be able to handle it? I'm pretty certain that it has a GMA 950 graphics card which I know isn't the best but i won't be watching many media files at all that are bigger than 4GB (even for most of my bluray backups). Is that graphics card to weak to handle near perfect playback? Or should I get the mac mini (or even spring for a used NVIDIA graphics card enabled macbook if that is an absolute must?) Oh and the macbook would have 2GB of ram whereas the mac mini would have 4GB- playback would be at 1024 x 720 60hz hdtv., Again just wanted to clarify i'm not looking for a debate on which is a better computer (the mac mini is clearly more capable vs. the GMA but I just want a media center computer and wanted to see if an old macbook could handle it) Thanks and any help at all would be much appreciated.