Hey guys, so my Macbook Pro is my new baby and instead of having 30 minutes of battery life like my old Dell 600m even though I used tons of AC power, I'd like to remove my battery when using AC power now. Before you all jump in to say that improved circuitry and Li-Ion batteries don't suffer from as many problems nowadays, and how the battery won't charge until it drops till 95%, if anyone really studied batteries, everyone knows that batteries drain over time, and that recharging of the battery will be inevitable when you areplugged in on AC power for prolonged periods of time. The problem is that Apple forces the CPU down to only 50% speed max (1.2ghz) when you remove the battery (WTF). This doesn't make sense because without a battery you're obviously on AC power, and why would they limit you to only 1.2ghz? Doesn't make sense to me. Is there any way to counter this or is the only way to have to stick in the battery. Also, if you're telling me to crank the power settings to better performance, that's not going to solve it. Pulling out the battery just slashes my CPU in half, and it's retarded that I can't watch a ****ing 1080p movie without having to stick my battery back in.