So I've noticed since I installed Snow Leopard on my 15" Late November Unibody MacBook Pro, that I get a lot more battery drain when in sleep. Before Snow Leopard, I could shut the lid and leave my computer unplugged, and it wouldn't lose a percentage point in the batter life after a day. Now, if close it at 100%, and leave it sit for the day, it will be down to like 50% in 24 hours, without any use, and without opening it. During use, battery life is similar to what it used to be, although not as good since Snow Leopard. Is there anything I can check, maybe a setting, that could be causing this? Could this be due to that whole thing where you can wake the laptop over wifi? Maybe the wifi stays connected now when it's in sleep? Any suggestions on how to get it to stop it would be great. The nice thing about my MBP is that I can be using it on the couch, unplugged, close the lid and set it down, and not have to seek out a charger to keep it powered up. If it's going to lose battery that fast in sleep, I might as well never put it to sleep, or not even have a laptop to begin with, if I have to keep plugging it in. Anyone else having this problem? Any help? Thanks in advance.