I hear Apple wants to get their MacBook Pros even thinner. Is this wise? I have two macbook pros 1 core and another core 2, paid over 2 grand for each of them. Both have heat problems. Foolishly i bought my second MBP assuming the new models would not so stupidly overheat as the first models. Was I ever so foolish... not only does this model get just as hot, it seems even worse. While in boot camp playing starcraft 2 for example, The macbook pro will suddenly shut off or go to sleep. My only guess is the computer is running some kind of overheat protection measures. And it is always dangerously hot to the touch when it does this. In fact im surprised i have not heard of apple getting sued for how hot these computers really get. They are not safe, especially for children. I have seen also many many threads online about later models just shuttung off or going to sleep while in bootcamp. Looks to me Apple just does not care, but for selling such a product which overheats by itself and can even burn people if they are not careful, there has got to be sufficient grouds for a serious lawsuit. Apple should at least label their computers like McDonalds was forced to label their coffee cups after that old lady sued them when she spilled coffee on herself. This is I think a bit less obvious. Either that or install more fans! Something needs to be done. Apple seems to be acting as if everything with MacBook Pros is just great, well this is a problem that has been around and it still remains unsolved and unadressed. For buying two Macbook pros and having them both have so much heat that they are reclassidfied "portable" rather than laptop. And seeing as the problem is not getting any better, but perhaps worse. And then Apple wants to make their computers even thinner? Sombody needs to get these people's attention! Id like to think the new MBP models about to go on market will run way cooler but I doubt it seeing as the problem goes on unadressed and ignored, chances are they will be worse... which makes me hesitate to buy another... That my opinion anyway... Macbook Pro, 10.5 Core Duo 2.0 Ghz MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.6), Unibody, 2.8 Ghz.