Its been almost 3 days I have moved to MAC from Windows world, and I am quite frankly not very impressed yet, by two issues - the hardware heating problem and software. I wanted to post this question in the forums and ask other MBP owners if they were facing the same issues, and what were the resolutions they took to correct the problem. FYI: I got the brand new MBP with SR, 2.4Ghz, LED blah blah... stock model. 1) HEAT ISSUE This laptop gets freaking HOT after like 15 minutes of use of almost any application. A Laptop is supposed to be used on "Lap" I guess, but after 15 minutes this thing gets so hot that I have to move it to a table and keep it there. Also I noticed that it feels unusually hot on the left side of the machine, even near the keyboard and around. The bottom part is almost hot enough to cook an egg I wanted to know if other users are facing this problem - by far, amongst all the laptops that I have worked (I have worked with a lot!!), this has to be the most "heat friendly" beast I have owned . Is there any way around it, or should I talk to Apple tech support on this one? 2) 1280X800 RESOLUTION The default native resolution doesnt cut it for me - blame my poor eyes, but 1400x900 resolution is simply too small and painful for my eyes. So I changed the display resolution to 1280x800 - however at this resolution almost every damn font look blurry and washed out! I am not a big fan of OS X fonts, but I could live with 1280x800 if the fonts did not appear SO blurry and washed out! It gives me a headache reading those fonts in 1280x800 mode. My question is - is there a way around this - I do want to use the 1280x800 only if fonts remained a little crispier and easier to read. The washed out and blurry effect is just painful. Could this be a problem with my MBP by any chance? I did use SILK software tool to disable every fancy thing that MBP does to its font, but it has been no help so far. Thanks in advance for your responses. Cheers.