Heya guys I just received my new MBP and so far its been mostly smooth getting Vista, games, and my apps on both OS's installed and up and running but I am having a small issue with my audio. First off I'm having a small bit of pop both with internal speakers and headphones under Vista (unsure of OSX. Spent most of my time this morning getting my windows apps and games installed as I'm a recent first time mac owner. Going to spend more time on it later after I finish more installs) while listening to music and playing games. It doesn't happen very often mostly when launching the player app or game but I was wondering if this is a driver issue? I've got the latest 2.1 boot camp drivers. Also the volume difference between internal speakers and headphones is drastic. I have to make sure to turn the volume down when switching or I'm afraid I'll blow my ear drums Is there any way to balance this out? My old pair of Sony MDR-CD50's were originally designed for stereo use so there isn't a volume nob either. Oh and one other quick question thats a bit off topic. Is there any way to disable the trackpad without disabling it in the device manager? When I'm using my wireless mouse I sometimes bump it around while typing.