Hey folks, ex-WoW player here, looking for some guidance on two fronts from the MacRumors gaming crew. I recently purchased a MBP for grad school, and this is the first time I've owned a high-powered notebook since I quit playing WoW about 6 months after the game launched. My Xbox 360 recently stopped working, and I'm not that interested in purchasing a new one or having it repaired at the moment, so I've been considering picking up WoW casually again. That said, before I quit playing the first time, I was a very casual player, maybe 4-5 hours a week, and would never be interested in playing any more than that in a week. I played a paladin up to level 60, but didn't really have anything that special in the way of gear on my character. If I recall correctly, I had most of the Lightforge set, but didn't go beyond that because 40-man raids were of absolutely no interest to me, and I didn't usually have more than an hour to 90 minutes to play at a time, which didn't jive with end-game raid content. From what I'm told now, however, the expansion offers a lot of solo and small-group content that I might really enjoy without fear of having to dedicate hours on end to a single playing session, which I won't be doing. So, after having been away from the game for about 3 years now, is it worth coming back? For those currently playing, is there content in the game that I'd enjoy or am I better off just fixing the Xbox and staying clear of WoW? Like I said, I'm only going to have 4-5 hours a week to casually play, and I'm not that interested in 40-player raid content. Any commentary on what's changed over the last 3 years (at a high level, of course) would be appreciated. My second question relates to how well the game will run on my hardware. I just purchased a 2.4Ghz 15" MBP last week (2GB RAM, 256MB Nvidia, 200GM 7200RPM drive), and am curious to hear thoughts on how well it performs and what settings you might recommend. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!