yes! I just got a new 15" 1.67/1gb/100gb/128vram Powerbook. I can't wait for it to get here. And yeah, I did spend the extra 9.95 on just buying tiger separately. Why? Because the model I got was bto, so wouldn't be available directly in an apple store. If I were to wait until the 29th of April to order my powerbook, that would be 10 days that I could be using a laptop but I didn't, because I wanted to save ten dollars. To me, being able to use my powerbook 10 days longer is worth a buck a day. I'm a student, and having a laptop for a week and a half more is always good. But now, I still have a 15 inch studio display, with an ADC-DVI cable. I was wondering, is there any way for me to hook it up to my new powerbook to create a "dual screen"? That is, I would ostensibly have two 15 inch monitors next to one and other? That could be really, really useful - a DVD running on one screen, the rest of my apps on the other, or two PDF files on two screens. So just to say it again, is it possible for me to have the powerbook opened, powered on, with the screen functioning, while at the same time having my 15 inch studio display connected to the p-book, and functioning also? as a superwidescreen type thing?