I, like a lot of people on this board, am waiting for the Santa Rosa chips to be released so new Macbook Pros can come out and I can purchase my first Mac. I was reading on Intels website that Santa Rosa should be coming in quarter two and company's are already working on their motherboard designs. So that means not only will the chips be released during the second quarter but laptops featuring the chips will also be released. So are their any hopes for the Macbook Pro to be one of the first lap tops to feature the chips? Is Apple really that quick? Does Intel usually release on time? Anyone have some inside info? that'd be awesome. I really am so tired of waiting. . . http://www.intel.com/pressroom/arch...comp.htm?iid=homepage+news_centrino_pro_press "Intel Centrino Pro processor technology will be available in the second quarter this year as part of the company's planned introduction of the next generation Centrino processor technology code named 'Santa Rosa.' Both business and consumer notebook users will benefit from the highly acclaimed Intel® Core2 Duo processors, which are at the heart of the platform. The latest versions offer higher performance while also delivering outstanding energy efficiency and battery life."