I guess I need some questions answered. Many people here on these forums claim that integrated graphics on the MBs is no big deal and makes no difference to anyone but gamers. I must say though- I've tried many apps (such as Photoshop) on a MacBook and a MacBook Pro with similar specs and have noticed a huge difference in performance. The MacBook is just plain dreadful. I bought an iBook 2 1/2 years ago because it made more sense moneywise as there was really very little difference between it and the PB. I'm not seeing the same thing with the MB and MBP. I'm seeing glaring differences in performance. Now- it seems to me that this must be caused by the poor graphics on the MB. After all, isn't the point of Quartz and Core Image to use your graphics card and pull those processes away from other system resources making the computer faster on the whole? Look at iTunes album art cover flow view. That's 3D graphics, is it not? I think that Apple has made a huge mistake here. Is it just me? I never thought I would see a need for a MBP, but my experiences so far are pointing me toward it.