Apologies is this has be answered the world over but a search isn't bring it up in simple terms for me. I have a Rev E 12" 1.5 GHZ Powerbook. It is lovely. But given that it's now over 2 years old, it's time for a new one. Plus, I'm moving OS in 4 weeks so I can get the tax back (10%. Nice!!) if I buy it from now before I depart. Waiting for a potential update will therefore actually potentially cost me more money if it doesn't happen soon. So, I'm happy to bite the bullet provided the Macbook will do what I think it will do. The Macbook will run faster, no? I use my computer mainly for writing, internet, some Flash MX 2004 and the odd bit of Final Cut Express HD (never using the HD though) and Photoshop Elements. Surely by maxing out the RAM and getting a nice big HD on the Macbook, it'll be one sexy machine. The only thing that's confusing me is all this bitching and moaning about the GMA 950. How does it stack up against the GeForce FX Go5200? Is the GMA 950 really as bad as some people make out? Some people seem to carry on like it would be just as effective as using a block of cheese. Which I find hard to believe as they, historically, are rubbish with graphics.