Ok, a bit of background to start with. When Apple first released the MacBook Pro, in its Core Duo-ness, under the screen, they used vertical vents. Then, they changed that in the Core 2 Duo models, to help with cooling, to horizontal vents, but inside, they still had a recessed version of the vertical vents. Now, however, the unibody MacBook Pro now uses vertical vents. Why do you think Apple did this? I mean, cooling doesn't hurt... Or do you think it's some other design thing?