Hey all, I bought a mid-2012 13" MacBook Pro and upgraded it with a 128 GB SSD and new RAM. It's a screamer when it comes to loading data-heavy applications, but for some reason I am noticing a huge difference in internet speeds on this computer when compared to my previous 2008 "Blackbook." On that computer, I never had to worry about videos not buffering properly on YouTube, but suddenly this has become an issue on my new computer. Every video plays 3 seconds at a time, then loads. Even normal webpages (RottenTomatoes.com, for instance) takes 5-10 seconds to load fully. Even Apple's own website is loading in fragments (Text first, then photos, then videos) like a late 90's computer. Normally I wouldn't doubt that this is an internet connection issue, not an issue with the computer. However, that doesn't explain why my old computer is still able to stream videos and load webpages much faster than my new MBP. FYI, my ISP is AT&T U Verse, and I have the 6 mbps plan. Any suggestions or tips that might help me out? Thanks in advance. ---------- I suppose it might help to mention that this computer is literally brand new. I just bought it a few days ago, and only just reinstalled the OS on my new SSD yesterday morning. Not sure if that is helpful information.