Ok I know.... provocative title....but as a potential buyer of a 2000 dollar machine I need some advice. I've been a Windows PC user forever...but recently I've just gotten sick of it. I am tired of Windows and I know the OS X system is vastly superior, so I am seriously considering crossing the isle into macworld. So I've been doing some research on this and other websites looking at what is available now and what might be coming out in the future. But my question is not yet another one on when a new Mac is coming out...it is regarding the quality of mac notebooks. The more I read these forums the more I see that perhaps Apple is not king on the quality front as I've been led to believe.....I'm interested in a new Santa Rosa MBP...and I have seen countless topics here on how they have some yellow spot on the screen, or how it seems to be freezing up on a lot of people, or this power adapter that melts or explodes, or how there's a gap when the the screen is shut, or how you can fry an egg on it because it gets so hot. So my basic question is...why should I make a huge investment on a machine that looks pretty as hell but might break down so easily or come with so many defects? Now I know many of you probably had a perfect mac and never had any problems, and I don't mind the odd problem here and there, I would be getting AppleCare anyway....and it is normal for computers to get problems eventually, but Apple sells itself on the idea that they provide a vastly superior product in terms of quality, and maybe these forums are not representative but I'm getting a certain vibe here that a lot of people have issues with the latest round of macs, and I don't want to spend two grand on something that will be breaking down soon or come with defects galore. Am I being too paranoid about it or do they really offer a superior product?