A few weeks back I asked the forum about switching to Mac from Windows, replacing 2 XP desktops with Macbooks. After much research and a couple failed Craigslist attempts I bought a base white Macbook from CompUSA ($250 off, going out of business) for my wife, so we're half-way there. I've been installing Office on it and playing with it, it's pretty nice. I thought I'd have to get more RAM but with just Word and Safari running it still has memory left - so far so good. In the meantime there's a new decision. I've installed Ubuntu on my desktop while I wait and... it's really nice. I'm a Unix guy which was a main motivator for switching to Mac. I've maintained lots of Sun & Linux servers but never used one for a workstation, but it's definitely feasible now. And I can still dual-boot or VMWare to Vista if I need to. This will be a tough choice. A LOADED PC Notebook is signficantly cheaper than a MB-Pro. It'll come down to how much easier OS X makes my life. Let's face it, Gnome & KDE work but they're not nearly as polished as OS X ... or Windows for that matter. Plus it'd be nice to be on the same platform as the wife. So I'm really looking forward to seeing the new OS and hardware. Here's a question - I understand there is no dock for the Macbooks. Personally I think this was a bad idea, but oh well. Is there such a thing as a Bluetooth keyboard & mouse that are AC powered? It'd be nice to just set the Macbook down at the desk and starting using the BT devices without worrying about batteries or plugging anything in.