I'm buying a BlacBook in a couple of weeks (waiting for the next paycheck!), and I'd really love to upgrade the RAM to 2GB, but I don't want to pay Apple's premium. In reading around the forums, I've come to regard Corsair ValueSelect as "basic, generic quality" (CanadaRAM). I'm not doing anything mission-critical, so that's good enough for me (if that's all). I've been reading the reviews on NewEgg for their 1GB stick for MacBooks, and it seems to fail quite often, but only on MacBook Pros. I didn't see any failures on MacBooks (or maybe I didn't look close enough). Also, NewEgg says that it has a lifetime manufacturer warranty. I assume this means that if it happens to fail in my BlacBook, I can send it back to Corsair and recieve a new one free of charge, right? I don't want to spend $200 on some memory then have it fail and not be able to return it. I'd love to get the Crucial memory, but it's just a bit out of my price range.