Okay, so i finally got my MacBook Pro 13inch i5 with a 500 gb harddrive. I just wanted to share some thoughts. Not sure who will find it usefull (if any?), regardless...here it comes. - Package. Package was good looking. Compared to my 2010 Lenovo, it was just of a whole other dimension. The inside of the box was good looking, the setup was logic, simple and securely locked into position. - Start-Up. Start-up was smooth. Easy setup, seems alot like Windows 7, no biggie. The information regarding my Apple account seemed odd, the only thing i have figured they used it for, was to send me a "welcome" e-mail. - The computer itself. Keyboard is pretty sturdy, the buttons has a pretty tight sponge to them - and i came from a Lenovo Edge, so i was indeed surprised. I can imagine that some would find them too hard to push. Screen is lovely. The fullsceen glass, gives a very nice look to it. The overall build is sturdy, yet heavy. I'm still having a hard time figuring out, how they managed to make the laptop, this heavy. The edges are sharp, so sharp i actually have to lift my hands from the palmrest areas, when typing this - thats a bad choice of design, compared between use and formfactor. - Setup. First time trying to install something, have hardly any idea what the hell to do. Apparently the program just asks me to drag a icon 5 cm across the screen to a folder - no idea what the hell it means, but it works. Get other downloads, where there are no help, so i figure to double tap it... does not work, drag it to the application folder (seemed logic) - WORKS! However, its random you can install applications in different ways, i wish they would make it more logic - in terms of "one" way to do it. - Programs. Opening my browser. Damn this 2,3,4-finger swipe is amazing, i would change to Mac, just for this! Annoyed by the programs will not fit the whole page, dragging the corner to fill it out, get Windows 93 flashbacks, yuk... Tries out some music, wow - the build-on soundcard must be of some standard, cause its actually sounding better than any laptop i've tried (Still want to hear the HP Beats). Had to change some settings, had a hard time finding the Settings, but managed after using google, that seemed necessary hard. - Shortcuts. Doing @ is a pain. Not only is it hard to change the way, but also the two buttons required, does not seem very logic. Quitting programs with cmd + q and such are sweet. Not only are they convient to use with one hand, they are also pretty easy to guess - Approved! Having the F-buttons having macro-bindings as standard is nice. I thought i was going to miss this out from my Lenovo, but guess not! - Battery. Seems to be fine, lasts as long as told and expect. Some had over 7 hours, but mine seems to be 7 hours with nothing running, its fine. - Heat. After reading alo to posts and comments regarding heat problems i was sure to check this out, as some of the first. Temperture is about 50-60 C, when doing interwebs stuff. Follows quickly the scale of what i am doing, same goes with the fan. Tried to load Starcraft 2, it turned into a freaking powertool..Very loud (Too loud?). Quitting the program, and it fell fast back to the 50-60 c. Yet, i have not had any trouble with hot keyboard or of the surface you touch. Questions, comments? Post 'em!