Hello everyone, I've read all the usual macbook versus macbookpro ...well pros and cons - however I've a nagging question still. I'm a PhD student, needing a portable to record, transcribe interviews and write a large thesis etc. My only must haves...are word and Endnote (which I'm currently running well on my lampshade iMac). My burning question is really - given that I will be presenting at conferences and using various data projectors etc (using various projection sizes) - will the MacBook serve me well here? Or do I really need to spend more for the pro? On the surface the macbook looks perfect...but I don't want to spend less now for it to cost me a few months later when I realise it won't do all that I need it to when I get to a new conference location and the machine won't respond well - graphics-wise (and I don't want to spend more on a pro just in case - as I can use those funds elsewhere). Just concerned about the possible false economy argument here. Any advice, including any experiences with Endnote and the new intel machines would be appreciated.