Hello all, new to these forums...and Mac in general. Wanting to make the switch to OSX but losing sleep at night trying to decide what's best for me. My primary use will be for digital photography and Photoshop CS2. The decision that's haunting me is whether to pull the trigger for the new MacBook 2 ghz or go with one of the refurbished 15" Powerbook 1.67 ghz on Apple's website ??? To be honest, I am scared of either because I read of issues with both, and the last thing I want to do is have my computer in the shop more than in my home. My thinking was that with the Powerbook they have been around long enough that any kinks are known and there is a fix for whatever might arise. I've seen people talking about black lines on the screen, do you think on a refurbished model this would have been fixed already and if not, what was the solution to fixing that ? Otherwise, would the user experience, software, interface be more or less the same ? What other Powerbook issues should I be aware of and have they also been ironed out by now ? Could I keep this for 6 months-1 year and wait for the next version of Photoshop to come out as well as an updated Macbook, then sell the Powerbook ? Macbooks are still new and seems like people are discovering different issues daily. I like the idea of having the "latest and greatest" but don't want to be a guinea pig for Apple. Would I be wiser to buy the Macbook and just deal with whatever, IF ANY, issues that might develop in hopes that Apple will offer solutions ? I could always get the Macbook and wait for a revision to come out down the road and sell the original one to get the updated one. It appears that Apple in general have a good resale value. Oh wise ones, please help me sleep better at night !