Hi! I have three laptops at home - Early 2011 MacBook Pro 15" Hi-Res Antiglare with 2GHz i7, 8GB of RAM, 6490m, 120GB Vertex3 SSD and OSX 10.7.2 - Late 2006 MacBook Pro 15" with 2.33GHz C2D, 2.5GB of RAM, X1600XT with 256MB VRAM and 320GB HDD and OSX 10.6.8 - Revision E PowerBook G4 Hi-Res 1.67GHz with 128MB of VRAM, 2GB RAM, 120GB HDD, external iSight and OSX 10.4.11 I was using the last two with iChat with totally no problem, but recently I started using the newest one and I have a big problem with the video quality. Caliing from 2011MBP to PB G4 on my home ADSL (20Mbit down, 1.5Mbit up), I get a really good quality picture on MBP, but picture from the MBP itself is in really low resolution. The same situation happens if I call from PB to MBP - always the quality from MBP is awful. I was also caling the Late 2006MBP which my dad is using at work with 7.2Mbit HSDPA connection, and once again - I can see him really good, while he can see really blurry and pixelated picture, no matter who starts the call. Just to illustrate: LINK - this is how I can see myself on MacBook (the picture comes from PowerBook's external iSight). LINK - and this is how I can see myself on the PowerBook (the picture comes from MacBook's FaceTime HD) Oh, and obviously the "Bandwidth limit" in iChat's preferences is set to "None". Anybody can help?