I searched the forums for this, and I found some things that were close, but not exactly what I was looking for, so I guess I'll ask. What is needed in order to get full quality in iChat video chats? My girlfriend and I both have iBooks with iSights (mine's 1.2 Ghz with 768 MB of RAM, and I'm not sure what hers is, but I know it was the next revision, so a bit faster and a bit more RAM), and we both have broadband connections. The problem is, she sees me in full quality, but I don't see her in full quality. I think the problem is bandwidth, and I was wondering what the minimum is for full quality. The minimum requirements for a video chat is 100 Kbps according to Apple and when I check the bandwidth in the connection doctor, I'm running at around 700 Kbps with her at around 450 Kbps. Does a full quality video chat really require that much bandwidth? I thought H.264 was supposed to require lower bandwidth. It's also sort of weird because my frame rate is constant at 15, whereas hers varies and consistently is above 15, getting to about 18 or so at it's peak. Any information about this would be very appreciated, mostly just because I'm curious as to how the whole thing works.