I'm getting closer to payday, when I will finally be able to afford a MacBook! I've been going into my local store almost every day on my lunch break, but obviously they're not allowed to discuss rumours and stuff, so they can't answer one of my questions. I'm looking at the stock high end white MacBook, which is £879 at the moment. Last time I went in, one of the employees talked me out of buying it with 2GB of RAM, saying that I wouldn't need it for what I wanted to do (browse the web, email, listen to music etc) which is kind of a fair point. But that got me thinking, will 1GB of RAM be enough to run Leopard smoothly? I haven't owned a Mac before, so I wouldn't know how much difference there is between OS versions, and whether or not they demand more resources. Another thing that worries me, will the integrated graphics be able to run all the features in Leopard ok, or will I miss out on some stuff?