hi guys, can I ask a stupid question -- what's "hyperthreading" good for? I read the news of the MacBookPro refresh yesterday, and came away with the sense that the 13" C2D MBP might actually be "faster" - unless you happen to be taking advantage of turboboost and hyperthreading functions. Are these app-specific advantages / do apps have to be coded differently to take advantage of them? I work predominantly in recording audio for film, so I deal a fair bit with uncompressed multitrack audio. Just to kvetch - I'm really not at all excited about upgrading my 3.5-year-old MacBookPro to one of the new ones, as it works fine 90% of the time. But seeing as it is out of warranty and shutting down on me every other day unexpectedly, I'm tempted to give in - especially if the OS reinstall doesn't fix much, which is what I'm trying ascertain right now. Many thanks!