Switching from a Santa Rosa MacBook Pro to the new Unibody one, here's my general thoughs, likes and dislikes. Obviously, the unibody design makes the laptop feel so much stronger. My old MacBook Pro, when I lifted it I could feel the casing creaking/moving in on itself. Not with the unibody, this thing is just so damn strong. Also, the magnetic latch is a huge bonus, no more having to stick my nails in just to open the screen. A lot of people have been complaining about the glossy screen, and I was one that complained when I heard that there was going to be no matte option. However, I actually love this screen. It is extremely bright, rich in colour and the reflections aren't that bad - in a weird sort of way, minor reflections make the screen look nicer! I prefer this to my matte screen - looking at my matte screen, it just looks dull and lifeless. Now, the keyboard. Going from the old keyboard to the new one, I've not made one mistake in typing this post, where as I would have at least spelt "the" "teh". It is very light and very easy to touch type. It also looks pretty awesome! The trackpad I'm still getting a bit used to - the 4 finger expose gesture I just can't use, it doesn't respond half the time. Plus I'm too used to my hot corners. But so far, so good. Not having a button I haven't noticed, although it makes a proper "click" noise which might turn out to be irritating! Guess it just needs to be woren in. The speakers are reasonably good - a lot louder and clearer than my previous MacBook Pro, although they no match to dedicated desktop speakers. All in all, I'm much happier with this than my previous generation MacBook Pro, and one of the main reasons is the keyboard and the glossy screen.