Hi everyone - I need to purchase an Intel Mac notebook in order to run the Windows-only exam software that my school uses. I currently use a loaded last revision 12" PB G4 - which I love. I also have a Rev. A iMac G5 that works well, but has recently started the not waking up from sleep routine. The form factor of the 12" PB G4 is perfect for me, and I'd really hate to get rid of it. So keeping it would devalue the better portability of the MacBook. Additionally, I have concerns about the shiny screen, viewing angle, and build quality issues (cracked cases, HDD failure, etc.). That being said, the MacBook would fulfill my needs just fine. I've just been used to the pro laptops. If I choose the MBP instead, then I'd want to go low end - this would be my at home laptop/workhorse. I've seen base 2.2 GHz Merom MBPs on sale for $1499. Apple also offers refurb'd models for $1449 (opinions?). My only real concern is the yellowing screen issue I've heard about - was this resolved in the later Merom models? Or, I could pony up $300 more and get a Penryn (edu) and it's better battery life and heat reduction. Extra VRAM is not a selling point for me, nor is the extra processor speed. If the screen is substantially better, then this may be a consideration. No matter what I do, I'll end up with a iMac without any real tasks. Sad. I'm torn about the whole situation. Suggestions? Thanks in advance!