Hello forumers, After reading many threads, I think I've decided on what machine is right for me. Thank you to the countless people answering other n00b questions. I've decided I will be going with the Macbook, and I had some concerns about the Intel GPU; I was hoping some of the more seasoned users would alleviate them. I will, however, still require the use of Windows in the form of VMware Fusion (as seems the general consensus), for the random Windows-only apps my work (and personal crutches) require. I'm not a gamer, so I can't justify the MacBook Pro based solely on the video card, but I since I'm from the PC world, if you do not have 3D acceleration, you might as well just use the command line. To make a long story short (too late!) my question is will the Intel GPU in the current rev of macbooks (not taking into account the upgrade that will happen in 3 months) be fast enough for my use? * Watching full-screen HD trailors in Quicktime at apple.com * Windows XP in VMware Fusion (no games, no real graphic intensive apps) * Light video/photo editing with iLife Suite I ask, because as a Windows user, my heart has been broken many times always being underspec'd for just that "one more thing" I want to do. It seems that the Macbook (as spec'd) is right for the dabbler without failing, but once bitten, twice shy.