I'm really interested in these macbook/macbook-pros. They are a surprisingly good value for the hardware, design, and quality... but the bottom line is that I'm just not willing to make the change to Mac software. I know, I know, you guys are all mac software-lovers, so please just be nice to me anyway even though I'm not 'one of you.' I can't stand the lack of a right click (I don't want to have to use keyboard shortcuts for that!), and I dislike apple's software in general. Itunes can't play WMA files? wtf? Then there's the fact that the whole program is designed to make Apple money by hindering filesharing. Oh, and what's the deal with Quicktime telling me that I need to buy 'Pro' if I want to use fullscreen mode? Are they kidding me? Pay money to use fullscreen?!? Then, of course, I don't want to have to deal with incompatibilities. I own a lot of programs labeled "PC DVD". I'm not gonna throw them all out, and I'm not gonna restrict myself to Apple software and games from now on. I know you guys think it's worth it (and probably that I'm crazy to disagree), but I just don't want to deal with that stuff. What I envision is a C2D MBP with windows vista installed on it. Thats my dream. So my question is whether that is actually a good idea or not... Will Bootcamp allow me to install Vista fresh, without installing OSX also? I don't like the idea of my operating system having to share any system resources or running in some special partition, and I don't like the idea of having my harddrive space wasted holding an OS I will never use. I want vista, and only vista. I want vista to work on my mac-sourced hardware every bit as well as it would have worked if I installed it fresh on an equivalent PC. Is that possible? oh... and a P.S. Will my OSX installation key be worth anything on Craigslist? or should I write that off as a waste?