OK, now I know I'm going to be getting biased responses, but please look at it not from a point of view of trying to sell Mac's, but a point of view of what is best for me. I ordered an HP L2000 laptop, shipped today. I've heard the gaming performance isn't so hot, so I've been kind of looking at a PowerBook too. PC Pros: Cheaper More original (Livestrong) design 1GB RAM 2 batteries, each providing about 5 hours life each PC Card Slot WiFi Switch on the computer Larger Screen PC Cons: Windows Length of use (how long it will last) To be specific, it's: -XP Home (why bother paying for Pro when it's basically the same thing) -Turion 64 ML-30 (1.6GHZ, 1MB L2 Cache) I upgraded from the ML-28 for the L2 cache, I didn't get the 1.8GHZ one because the speed difference would be negligible for me, and it would suck up more batery power and produce more heat -BrightView -1GB DDR RAM (512x2) I can't risk loosing my warrenty, if the past tells of the future, I'll need it -80GB HDD -DVD+R DL Burner w/ Lightscribe (for $25, why not) -(2) 12 cell Lithium Ion batteries - I need the most battery life I can get That was $1,243.62. The nice thing though, is that since HP actually has a decent return policy unlike Apple, if I don't like it, I can just send it back easily. For around $1350, I can get the 12" PowerBook G4. Mac Pros: Great design Great color Mac OS Increased Portability (though this is also a con) Mac Cons: Small Screen Expensive Right now I'm leaning towards the PC for sure (hence why I bought it already.) Any other reasons to get a PowerBook for the HP L2000?