Hi, I have finally ordered my MBP 17 (i7, 500gb@7200,glossy). While waiting for delivery, I have been reading lots of nice threads of the "what to do when you get your MBP" and "essential apps/widgets" varieties. It's all very exciting as this is my first Mac, but before going into a download frenzy there is something I would like to understand. One of the reasons why I went for a Mac is that I'd like to run virtual instruments on it, something Macs apparently excel at. For those who are not familiar with the subject, this type of software can be very taxing on the system and requires power and speed at CPU, HDD and especially RAM level. Now the question: if I go downloading apps, widgets, anti virus/spyware, Bodega (who looks automatically for software updates), etc, is there a way to tell OS X: look, when I run my virtual piano + garageband (or logic pro) I want you to focus just on this, do not go looking for updates, scan my HDD or do anything that isn't related to playing music? And if I can do it, is there an efficient way to do it? I don't know, maybe with automator/quicksilver? Thanks!