Hello everyone, I'm about to buy a Macbook Pro within the next couple of days. I do not have that much experience with Mac OS X so I'm looking for a book that will guide me through things quickly. I'm an IT student and I have experience with Linux (both desktop use and server management). So basically, I'm not looking for an 800 pages phonebook written for complete newbies, but something that will: - Easily get me started "migrating" to Mac OS X - Give an overview on how Mac OS X differs from other operating systems such as Windows and Linux when it comes to usability - Tips and tricks that would make things easier but would take me a while to discover myself if I don't read it in a book - Overview of useful short keys - What makes the Mac OS X command line interface different from other UNIX-based operating systems - ... Does anyone have any suggestions? Also, when it comes to the Macbook Pro: If anyone has any suggestions or comments I should know before buying, please feel free to share. Thank you for your help!