…just discovered that the integrated iSight camera stands to comparison to Logitech's QuickCam Vision! See more here: http://babelfish.yahoo.com/translat...it/macity/aA36598&lp=it_en&btnTrUrl=Translate That's no slight difference: that's a qualitative difference almost as great as that between a photograph taken with an average medium format camera compared to a so-called "cameraphone" snap (except for the huge nominal resolution difference) - or a RED One footage next to that taken with a compact cam. As much as I love Apple, it begins to piss me off at times! What do they think of their user base? Are we all half-blind gullible idiots with more or less no reference frame in these matters? Then just as well they could substitute OS X with Windoze eXPee, or go back to OS 7 instead! I allow the Logitech's rather unsightly looks, but don't tell me that it integrates a 65 mm chip and the best high-aperture lens, and therefore implementation of similar quality components within a laptop's lid is impossible! A webcam is still a camera, intended to record pictures and video (whatever the purpose), and to judge one on the premises of anything but its capability as a camera is admittedly silly. What do you think, fellow MacRumors.com forum members? But, please, let's be objective here: first compare the shots and the footage (see the link above) before you launch a desperate defense of the rubbish called 'iSight".