I was watching an article about battery safety on cnet tv today and some of the things they were saying seemed a bit ridiculous. First off they said it's not a good idea to keep the laptop plugged in when it's fully charged. Since I use the mbp almost always as a desktop replacement I usually have the power cable plugged in most of the time. Is there anything wrong with this? Also they suggested that when the battery is full and you need to use it plugged in that you should remove the battery. I also think this is ridiculous, plus the fact that the mbp throttles down to 1ghz when you do this doesn't really make it practical. Is all this a bunch of hype after all the problems with batteries catching on fire and being recalled and such? Or is it something that should actually be taken into consideration. Thoughts?