As I promised in my original thread, I am reporting back to you all regarding the difference in performance between a stock MacBook 2.0GHz and my now, maxed-out MB. Just so we all know the specifics, I have installed a matched pair of 2GB RAM (OWC Brand) and a Seagate Momentus 7200RPM 100GB hard drive. Here is a quick summary of the results: resolution: 1280x800 mode: full screen settings: medium (middle on all slider bars) max: 69.1fps min: 17fps avg: ~28-36fps Well, as you can see there's a marked improvement from the stock to the maxed-out MB. Honestly, I was *absolutely* stunned by the increase in performance! It was more than I ever hoped for...I would say, in general, that the ram makes a huge difference in *anything* on the MB. You think it's snappy right out of the box? Try it with 2GB of ram...everything is much faster. In Stormwind with people running around the bank, I'm now averaging about 32-34fps. In Ironforge, depending on where I was, it now ranges from 28-31fps...The auctionhouse and bank no longer cause a noticeable decrease in framerates. The effect of changing resolution and settings (as outlined in my previous post) are similar...You can expect to see around 5fps change per setting change. Questing/grinding/farming is rediculously smooth...it's almost always above 26fps. I don't see nearly as many drastic drops in the framerate as I did before, regardless of what I'm doing. In instances the framerates are right around 30fps on average. I've yet to encounter a situation in which my sustained framerate during regular activity drops below 24fps and *most* of the time it's more like 28fps. In caves and buildiings, the average jumps up to 33-36fps due to the reduction in the terrain distance needed to be rendered. In conclusion, I will again say that I am happier than I ever expected to be with my MacBook, both in general and with respect to it's ability to play WoW. I haven't gotten around to trying any other games nor have I tried WoW on BootCamp/Windows...this is all in OS X so far. Since WoW is really the only game that I play when I get a chance to play games at all, I would say that it's more than enough for what *I* expect/need/desire out of a computer. So, let me state this clearly: I am *not* making any claim as to how the MacBook will perform on any game(s) *other* than World of Warcraft! I hope that this helps put some myths to bed regarding the question of the MB's ability to play WoW...Happy gaming!