Well, despite the title, this thread has a point. I saw my White Core Duo MacBook (2.0 GHz, 1 GB RAM, 60 GB HDD, week 19) right beside a friends stock Black Core Duo MacBook (2.0 GHz, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB HDD, week 23). Yes, mine is faster, but it has a lot of quirks that don't appear in the Black MB. 1. The screen on the Black MB is much richer and brighter (keep in mind these are same revision, his is not a C2D). 2. Discoloration. My week 19 MacBook naturally has discoloration. I know this was resolved in week 27, but still annoying. 3. The trackpad button is very responsive compared to mine. While mine is sluggish and kinda weak to push down in the sides, his is firmly placed and responsive allover. Is this typical or just a coincidence? [img=http://img413.imageshack.us/img413/1073/img0001kv8.th.jpg] I know both screens look grindy, but they are crystal clear, I just have an old camera. If you look at the image, you will notice his screen looks brighter and with greater contrast. (Yes, we use the excact same calibration, the standard ). I prefer the white color, and though I will buy an MBP next time, my dad is going to get a white MB soon. Are there any advantages with the black MB that are not on the spec sheet? (I know the white scratches easilier, but the black shows grease and fingerprints too mcuh).