Hi, I really want to dual-boot my MacBook Pro for some Windows 7 gaming, but one thing has me really questioning it, and that is that I believe it will reduce the longevity of my laptop. I've had a few gaming desktops in the past, and I mean I did a lot of gaming on them, but the graphics card always seemed to be the only component that I found myself having to replace after every couple of years. I'm admittedly worried that even moderate gaming on my MacBook Pro will considerably reduce the life of the GPU, and a fried GPU means no more laptop, essentially. I'm running on an integrated chip and I feel like even moderate gaming over time will make the search for a new laptop come much quicker than I want it to. I've gamed on it before, but perhaps I've already done enough "damage." I realize that a GPU is designed to perform such tasks, but doesn't bogging it down (even in the sense that a game is running smoothly, it's still putting it to work) basically mean that it won't live as long? Am I overreacting? What kind of life can I expect out of a MacBook Pro that is used for some moderate (subjective, I know) gaming? Any experiences or Macs still running strong?