I've got a 15'' AL PB and I was hoping to do some gaming, knowing full well that maximum detail would not be an option. I have just starting looking into this, but am wondering how my PB will handle FPS games coming out now/soon to mac, ie. UT2004 and Call of Duty. According to the "recomended" system specs for these games, the 15'' PB goes beyond the needs, but somehow, I don't buy it, considering comperable specs for a PC would leave a 1.25Ghz chip far, far behind -- and while a 64meg Raedon 9600 is good, it's far from cutting edge. First of all, I'm used to PC land, where I could upgrade my graphics card and monitor drivers, etc -- is that neccesary in Mac land, or do system updates from Apple handle any revisions to my ATI drivers? It was always essential to make sure I had the latest Detonators for my old PC GeForce card ...how do I make sure my GPU is on the best footing with OS X? Second, how do I adjust my game resolution to fit this 15'' PB "stretch" screen -- of course, the PBs use a wide-screen format, so the usual upping of the resolution doesn't seem to work, and I still have black margins on the side of my game, and it's not like a PC monitor, where I can adjust the properites of the screen with a few knobs. And specifically for UT 2004, I'm just looking to maximize my frame rate -- I see people say my PB should be up to par, but I'm not feeling it! Maybe mac gamers are used to lower frame rates, but from my perspective, the performance is unacceptable, and I should think that the "recommended" hardware requirments for games should accurately reflect playing the game at least at medium detail. I just need a Mac gamer bootcamp. I knew this PB wasn't going to be big for gaming, but I'm hoping I can play at least the present generation's games.