So for the past few weeks I've been finding myself subconsciously heading to the Apple website to look at the Aluminum Macbooks. If I find myself at a mall with an Apple Store I'll wind up in there checking out the Alum. Macbooks. The most notable thing is i'm not too fond of the new Aluminum Macbooks. I've asked around and hear they dent easily (I've rough w/ my white macbook and works 100% perfect & take it everywehre) and simply I think they kinda look like all other laptops now. I don't mean to bash on the aluminum macbooks but I'm not sure why I keep finding myself in front of one. I thought about this and figured it must be because of two reasons: the first is obvious that i'm interested simply because it's the latest macbook product. Secondly, multi-touch, a feature that the white macbook does not have. I dunno guys; on my white Macbook I have the apple logo colored green with a color gel insert, which it seems you can't remove the screen from the alum. macbook. Not a big deal, but...well, iono where i'm going with this. Mainly, I no longer see any people with the white macbook around. I remember being at a starbucks back in the day and being in a sea of white macbooks, but not i'm either the only apple product or if not, the other apple computers are the new aluminum; of course I won't let this fact bug me or be a persuasive decision in getting a new macbook, but an interesting thought nonetheless. Mainly, i'm wondering here of all the people here with their white macbooks what you think of the aluminum macbooks? Sure the multi-touch and sd card slot features are nice, along with the 7 hr. battery life....but do you really need it when you already have a classic white macbook? My white macbook has horrible battery life at like 4 hr. doing word processing & less than an hour of watching videos on YouTube and Hulu...but this white macbook has been with me to China, Japan, Chicago, Los Angeles, etc...and has 500GB along with 4GB's of RAM. Iono...I guess I might be bored asking this question, but nevertheless am curious about other's in the same boat.