Hey all, just letting you all know I bought my brand new MBP (specs in signature) 2 weeks ago and I'm a proud owner! First mac, and I love it! Small problem. I just got my 2 week old MBP replaced because it wasn't sitting flat, wasn't going to sleep properly and what I thought was a problem with the graphics card. The "problem" with the graphics card when I run Skype. On Skype, the graphics switches to the nVidia. I looked this up and apparently it's normal - though I find it strange that Skype would need the extra power as my 3 year old Asus EEE PC 701SD with its much more inferior runs Skype just fine. I felt I didn't need the nVidia when running Skype so i downloaded gfxCardStatus v1.8.1 (great app!), manually switch my graphics to Intel and then videocall on Skype. Now the problem: when on the Intel HD card, after a few minutes my cam stops working and I can't see the other persons camfeed either. This happens ALL the time whenever I switch to the Intel, but no problems when it's the nVidia apart from the battery killing. I thought it was a problem with the MBP, so I got it replaced and I have the same problem again on this 6 hour old Mac. I find this really annoying, I don't see why there could be a problem running Skype and videocalling on the Intel. Anyone have any insight in this? Anyone else have this problem? Thanks. PS, I still have the sleep issue where when I try to calibrate the battery, I can't do the final step where the Mac automatically doesn't go to sleep when the battery is low. It just hibernates. I read a few threads and it seems others have this problem but there's no solution. I asked the guys at the Apple store (clerk, genius bar technician and manager) and they said this is not normal and gave me perplexed faces and shouldn't happen. Yet, I have the problem again. Any suggestions? I run Skype, BetterTouchTool, smcFanControl, Skype, Microsoft Messenger, Spottify and Chrome constantly. Could these apps prevent the automatic sleep?