Hey Everyone, I am the proud, very excited owner of a 2011 11" i5/128gb HD/4gb RAM MacBook Air. Unlike most people in the OS X 10.7 Lion forum, I'm absolutely LOVING Lion -- it runs "happy snappy" on my brand new MBA, and I'm loving the full screen apps (honestly, coming from a 13" 2007 MacBook, the screen doesn't seem any smaller when in full screen app mode, but the footprint of this thing when closed is just too cute!), the swiping gestures, etc... I'm really happy. The one ODD thing I'm experiencing though is that the bottom of my MBA is warm-to-hot feeling. Definitely warmer than I would feel my 2007 plastic white MacBook feel when not under load. But -- that's just the thing, this MacBook Air ISN'T under load. The temps are averaging 50's/60's/70's and I'm only running Safari and Mail. The fan, I don't think, hasn't gone above 2000RPM yet and is totally silent. Yet the bottom feels really warm... shouldn't it be cool as a cucumber? Do I need more thermal paste or something? Am I crazy? I am just not understanding where this heat is coming from when "iStat Nano" in my Dashboard seems to tell me everything is running fine and nothing intensive seems to be running in Activity Monitor either. Help??