I intend to keep my MacBook on 24/7, however the bottom got quite hot after 72+ hours. I have been looking at stands and there seems to be 2 that stand in in forums, the iCurve and the CoolerMaster Notepal. Now, I still want to use my MacBook whilst it is on the stand, I don't want to use an external keybord and mouse. This brings the Notepal into the forground. However, I am slightly confused about the Notepal; does it require its own AC power adapter, does it run off USB from my Macbook, or does it rely upon batteries? Also, how noisy is it? I read 24Db on their site, however I have no idea how loud a decibel is How noisy in relation to other things is this? My problem however is that I prefer the design of the iCurve, but will it elevate the MacBook too high to operate without external Peripherals? Does anyone have any figures on the heat reduction? I live in the UK, and so am also looking for a good place to get them, PCWorld has the Notepal for £25, but am having trouble finding the iCurve. If you have read this far, then gosh, thanks! What do you think I should do? P.S. I also hear people saying "My MacBook runs at 52C", "My MacBook runs at 40C" etc. etc. However whenever I run iStatPro it says that I do not have any temperature sensors. Are the temperature sensors only on the 2.0GHz MacBook and the Pro?