I'm going to be buying a MacBook in the next few weeks and wanted some advice about RAM for the MacBook. First off, will MacBooks accept 3GB of RAM? Apple says 2GB max, but this site says it will accept 3GB: http://eshop.macsales.com/Reviews/Framework.cfm?page=/Tips/macbookcore23gb/macbookcore23gb.html If the MacBook will indeed accept 3GB (correct me if I'm wrong), is it advisable to do so? It would have to be in a 2GB+1GB configuration, so it would not be a matched pair. Is 3GB of non-matched RAM a better alternative to 2GB of matched RAM? I plan on using the MacBook to run Adobe CS3 to do some of my design work on the road. Here's the module I plan on buying. Any experience, advice, or precautions? http://eshop.macsales.com/item/Other World Computing/53IM2DDR3GBK/ Price-wise, 3GB of RAM from that store comes out to roughly the same amount as 2GB of RAM from Apple. My only concern is performance. Thanks for the help!