To make a long story short, I'm typing this from a Dell Inspiron 700m. My fourth one. All of these that I've received have been defective out of the box. This one may shut off randomly and start flashing weird colors on the screen any moment, so I'm trying to get this typed fast. Hehe, that's how bad it has gotten. And that's only one of the errors.. So I have forced a complete refund out of Dell, and I'm in the market for a notebook a mere three months after first purchasing the Dell. I think I'm ready to make the Switch. I've heard that Mac is best for what I do: web design, namely lots of Photoshop work and HTML and stuff like that. I am looking to get a little bigger (the Inspiron was a 12-incher) and buy the new Powerbook 15". Being a complete n00b in the Mac world (haven't used one. ever. Well, maybe for a few minutes in the Apple Store). I'm impressed by everything it has to offer. But I have some questions. 1. What am I going to be most impressed with, being a guy who, again, has never used a Mac and has lived in a Windows world since Windows was conceived? No Blue Screens? Amazing interface? I just think this is an interesting question, can't wait to hear the answers on this one. 2. Is the advertised 5.5 hours of battery life true? Apple tends to inflate their supposed battery times (see iPod). 3. Is Photoshop CS2 as capable on a Mac as it is on a Windows computer? 4. I will probably need the computer right away, as Dell is going to take this one away with them in the next few days. I'll have to go to the Apple Store and buy it with 512 MB of RAM as opposed to ordering it and getting 1 GB. a) Where would you buy more RAM? b) Is 512 going to be that bad? 5. How can I get my iTunes songs moved over? Can I put them on an external hard drive using Windows and just get them on the Mac? 6. Anybody know any good HTML authoring software for the Mac? I hand-code everything, so I just want a nice, robust editor. I'll come up with more questions. Trust me. Thanks in advance for your response. This is a turning point in my computer life, and I need your help. Heh. Can't wait to dive in.