I used to have a mid 2010 13" MBP. However, I have had a lot of problems with it in the past and so Apple replaced it. This one had the Nvidia 320M card. I now have the latest gen MBP that Apple gave me as a replacement. I love the new core i5 chip (Is it quad core? I see four cores in windows and mac). However, something that puzzles me is the graphics. Before I got my MBP, I had an old Macbook that had the horrible intel GMA x3100 chip (something like that). I was ALWAYS getting graphics glitches on it, and it was a terrible chip. However, the Nvidia chip has been very good, especially for gaming. Hoping that the intel chip would be better, I tested a few games with it, and it is not, in fact it seems much worse. So why have Apple changed this if the Nvidia is better? Especially considering the last intel chip that in my experience was terrible. I don't know much about graphics so am not sure as to apples reasoning for this, apart from the fact that Nvidia chips are better for gaming graphics. I suppose I am a bit disappointed that it's not as good for gaming, but I'm not much of a PC gamer. Either way, why did Apple go for the Intel line rather than Nvidia? I am also aware that Apple do not design their computers for gamers, and as I said i'm not much of a PC gamer. Does it offer other benefits? If so, what are they?