Okay so I'm planning on getting my Macbook sometime this summer (early July) and even though I've (thoroughly!) researched it, there are some questions I'd like everyone's opinion on. 1) Screen Resolutions: I went into Future Shop to look at the Macbook today. I noticed that compared to the iMac's, the Macbook's screen resolution was set really high, the Dock at the bottom only had room for about 6 icons, and they were huge. I also noticed that the display looked kind of thick, I'm not sure how to describe it. Anyway, I just need to know: Can the Macbook display higher resolutions, or will the screen feel too small and cramped? Will it look as sharp as the iMac's? I'm really not too picky I just don't want to end up with a screen that hurts my eyes and feels tiny. 2) Speed: We just happened to open up Microsoft Word on the Macbook, and it must have taken 6 or 7 seconds to open it up. If I get one, it will be the newer 2.16 ghz one, but is it seriously that slow? Probably the most demanding program I'll be using on it will be Photoshop, and not too extensively. Will it run Photoshop under light use without a problem? 3) Another thing I was just wondering about. People on here seem to have a Mac PC and a laptop. Well right now I'm on a Windows PC and if I do get the Macbook, it will be my primary computer. Is it reliable and sturdy enough for everyday use, and if so, why do people seem to need both a PC and a laptop? Thanks a lot in advance EDIT: Also, is iWork worth the money, or will other free programs do what I want and not seem out of place in OS X?