So, I realize this is a giant "so what?" to everyone here, but I'm super-excited so I'm sharing, anyway. Last Wednesday evening, I bought a Mac Pro. For quite some time, I've been rather derisive of Apple, feeling that any company with such rabid and devoted followers must surely be the epitome of all things evil. I still feel that way, in a sense, but sometimes it's easier and more satisfying to just succumb to the inevitable. I've been a Windows user since version 3.0 back in the early 90s, and I'm one of the rare individuals who not only had no trouble with Vista but (gasp) actually liked it. I even used the 64-bit version, if you can imagine! So, despite almost 20 years of loyalty to Windows, jumping ship was surprisingly painless. After just three days with the Mac Pro, I decided to sell my "old" PC (which I built myself just 5 months ago) on Craigslist. It sold very fast; I obviously priced it too low. The point is, my diving into the Mac so quickly and thoroughly is a strong testament to the product. Don't get me wrong: I still resent the Draconian control Apple maintains over its hardware and software, but I totally feel like one of the cool kids now. Besides... now I'm less of a hypocrite for having owned an iPhone for the past 13 months. This is how thoroughly I've crossed over to what I considered "the dark side" only a couple weeks ago: you know those two white Apple stickers that come with the computer? I'm seriously considering putting one on the rear window of my car. An Apple sticker on a VW... how cliché. P.S. I installed the Airport Extreme card myself. That was the biggest pain in the ass I've ever encountered with a hardware installation. P.P.S. Is Macsales.com a good place to buy additional memory? Mine only has 2GB, but Apple's price is obscene.