Montevina is out and as much as we all want a new MBP revision, honestly I think it'll be a silent change. Apple just went to throw in Penryns in their latest revision and that was 5 months ago. It doesn't make business sense to just jump onto a whole new redesign. With that said, putting Montevina on is not too hard, and I wouldn't be surprised if new MBPs rolled out in a few weeks/months with Montevina, but to me it would be a SMALL/SILENT change meaning it's quiet and not a big thing just like when the Penryns rolled out. Nehalem is the big shift. You're moving towards IMC and a lot of new features, and it's not an easy change. DDR3, etc etc will all be implemented, and I suspect Apple will then redesign the MBP. It just doesn't make sense to do a redesign NOW for Montevina and then because of the huge amount of changes that come with Nehalem then have to adapt to more changes in 7 -8 months. Now, there are rumors and leaked photos, and after looking at those I have doubts, but if you use logic and business sense, Montevina is not going to be a huge revolution. It's an evolutionary stage in the MBP, and if you want one, you might as well get one now. That's the reasoning I used to buy my MBP. Honestly, I have Penryn, and that's not gonna be a night and day difference with the new chipset even if its a 1066mhz FSB based one. Do you think Apple will also bump up DDR frequencies? Maybe, maybe not, but why would they jump to DDR2800 with the new chipset? It means new supplies and a lot more work for them for such a short haul revision. So as much as the "I'm waiting for the next MBP" customers want a nice Montevina MBP refresh, I honestly don't think it's going to be a huge thing. Well maybe it's the "I-just-got-an-MBP-a-month-ago-and-I-better-not-get-shafted-because-the-next-release-is-gonna-blow-me-away-and-totally outdate-my-MBP-and-I-should've-just-WAITED-another-month" syndrome that's getting to me.