I hope this hasn't been covered elsewhere already (I looked but could not find) but I think the BlackBook has a different video system to the white MacBooks! I wen't in today to see them for the first time (about time) and started just testing a few things. Loaded a few apps etc... Then as I always do I wen't through system profiler. I got to Graphics/Displays and noticed something a little odd - Under VRAM it said 256MB (nothing about sharing either)! At first I thought that this was just a reporting error as part of the new x86 systems etc. Then I turned to the white MacBook and tried that - It reports 64MB Shared with system. So two machines - same OS very different report. I then thought back to Apple's parts listing for these machines there are 3 logicboards not 2 - they are: 1.83 (Good) 2.00 and 2.00 (Black) Maybe this is why the extra cost of the BlackBook over middle White machine. Like I said I hope that people haven't already covered this but if they have can someone point me to the discussion because that would persuade me to get the Black over the white. If it hasn't been covered would anyone with a MB please post what they're system reports under Graphics/Displays. I also have a theory as to why Apple would not advertise this spec - they don't want a MB having more video RAM than the low end MBP! This also goes a way toward the replacing the PB 12 as well as the iBook with one series of machine.