I was really excited for the updates this morning, as the most logical update to the Mac Mini was to improve the graphics card/VRAM. Well, that didn't happen. I have a 23" ACD that I was planning on hooking my 12" PB to in the dorm this fall at college. After living with such a setup this spring and summer, I've realized that it would almost be better to have two seperate systems - the Book for classes, notes, and travel, and a Mini as the home base. Now that the Mini's have been "updated," I'll save about $170 as compared to yesterday. However, the lack of a VRAM update has me hesitant. Will the mini as it stands drive a 23" ACD at full resolution adequately? I'm not a gamer or anything, so it will mostly be used for webpages, email, MSWord and various text files. I know that Apple says that the mini will drive the 23 incher, but I was wondering if anyone had any real-life testimonials/advice. Should I just stick with the sole powerbook? Or take the plunge with this new mini? One, last, final, stupid neophyte question: if I get the mini and want to transfer my settings from my PBook at startup, what kind of FW400 cable do I need? That is, how many pins? Six? Nine? Thanks.