To those of you who purchased a brand new MacBook Pro: When you open up the box, there is a little square black box with "Designed by Apple in California" written on it. What's the proper content inside this box? I bought mine from ebay. When I opened it up, I found the OS X installation discs and a single burned DVD that has the installation programs for Adobe Suite 2 Aperture AppleWorks 6 filemaker pro 7 Final Cut Pro 4 Final Draft 6 mac office 2004 iWork'05 Keynote 1.0 McAfee Virex 7.5 OSX Quark Xpress 6.0 FINAL Roxio Toast Titanium 7 and a few others. And a few manuals. Each program contained a file with serial number. Something tells me that these aren't the standard content for the little black box. Basically, I received a whole bunch of softwares that I didn't ask for. And one thing I did ask for, I didn't quite receive - I wanted iWork'06. And I did receive it. Well...sorta. The full version of iWork'06 is installed on the HD but the installation file on the burned DVD is for the older version. Sure, Adobe CS2 Suite alone is worth several hundred dollars and I suppose I should be thankful but I didn't get the one thing I really asked for and for that, I am somewhat miffed. And the fact that I did not receive original installation discs.