I've just ordered the new MacBook, although I am a bit bothered by the integrated graphics. However, it did not stop me from buying it. What I am wondering about is whether it is possible to enlarge the maximum shared memory from now 64MB to lets say 128MB? I think the integrated graphics chipset of the MacBook (the Intel GMA 950) is capable of using up to 224MB of the memory, but for some reason Apple has restricted the maximum shared memory to 64MB. Therefore, is there any chance to circumvent this restriction and to share more memory with the graphics than just the 64MB? Maybe with a firmware-hack or adjustments of the settings? If something like that is possible, it may at least mitigate the sole serious weakness of the new MacBook a bit , even though the graphics performance will then still be a good deal worse than those of dedicated graphics. I would appreciate some comments.