Okay, I just got my first mac - 15" Macbook Pro, 2.6 Ghz, 250 Gig, 2 Gig RAM (for now). It is great, I love the attention to detail that went into it. OS X (Leopard), however, I have a gripe with (and it is happening about 50% of the time) - when I come out of sleep, it is really choppy. To the point that it is annoying to mouse around. I end up restarting the computer. Last time it happened, it was really choppy and then the shut down process took about 1-2 minutes (not that long, but NOTICEABLY longer than it should). The only thing I could figure is that putting it to sleep is triggering some kind of memory leak/memory dump or something of the sort. The other 50% of the time, the computer immediately wakes up from sleep just like it was before. When this happens, it takes it a little while to wake and is really sluggish once it finally wakes up. Leopard issue, computer issue, or what do you guys think?