Hi Guys, I'm considering joining the "dark side" and buying one of the new MacBook Pros but I have a few questions before I take the leap. A bit of background - I've been a Windows man all my life, I mainly want one to 'futureproof' myself for a few years - I won't be doing much hardcore photo or video editing, I think the most processor-intensive activity I'll be doing is GarageBand; as I said the reason I want one is so I (hopefully) won't have to spend any more money for a good few years. I will want to install Windows 7 either using BootCamp or Parallels/VmWare (I'm not sure which yet). With that in mind: First (and most importantly for me!) - will I regret going for the £999 13-inch model instead of the more expensive 13- or 15-inchers? How large a performance gain will the higher-spec machines give me (bearing in mind the background info above)? I currently have my laptop hooked up to my TV using HDMI and use the two screens as an 'extended desktop'. Can I do the same thing with the Mac? (I know I'll need an adaptor.) If so what resolution will it output to the TV at? Does anyone know of any compatibility / driver issues with the new Thunderbolt port in Windows? I've not seen any problems reported in forums but I just wanted to be sure the 13-inch has a relatively low resolution; is it a problem in day-to-day use? I'm currently using a 1440x900 17-inch display, how will it compare? I've had a look in the shop and it looked as crisp as the other models, but you can never really tell until you get it home and start using it! How good is the WiFi with low signals? My current Dell struggles in my bedroom; I really need something as good or better. I know that's a hard question to answer, but do Macs have a good/bad reputation for signal strength? Thanks in advance!