I am a web developer and I've just sold my old laptop with the idea of buying a macbook (possibly pro), but I've been hearing all the problems with heat etc. I intend to buy one within a week (if I decide to buy one at all), and in the time between wanting a macBook and getting the money together I have heard about all the problems. Heat, discolourisation and batteries swelling are the problems I have heard of, but I assume Apple would replace anything that has such problems? I was looking at getting a macBook white 2ghz with an upgrade to 80gb hdd from the Apple Higher Education store, the price comes to £818 inc VAT. (RAM upgrades will be from elsewhere to 2gb) I plan to take this on holiday to Crete, so would it cope in the heat there? Is it worth saving a bit more and getting the lowest macBook Pro because from what I gather they do not have the same problems (Apart from the battery problem, but feel free to tell me I am wrong)? I would make use of the better graphics card if I had one, but if I buy a macBook (With rubbish Intel "not so extreme" extreme GMA900 gfx) it wouldnt be the end of the world for me. Does the macBook Pro become as hot as the macBooks? Thanks in advance.