Just so others can relate to this issue...try looking at a US One Dollar Bill and the size of the "WASHINGTON, D.C" located under the serial number. For me, this is quite uncomfortable and a strain to see. Those with Macbook Pro 17" high resolution screens may consider: 1) First, take a One Dollar bill (this one is 2006). Compare the size of the "WASHINGTON, D.C." located just below serial number (right, front-half of bill), make a lengthwise fold either through or just above "WASHINGTON, D.C.". 2) Next, in Safari, make a new bookmark(anything) in the Bookmark Bar and label it... WASHINGTON, D.C. (ALL CAPS). Remember this is just an exercise to compare user interface font size to something we see everyday so you may immediately delete when finished. 3) Now, those with 17" high resolution screen in native 1900 x 1200 setting, hold dollar bill to screen and compare. Does anybody know what font point size this is? Is this a fair comparison?