I am expecting a new Mac Pro to arrive this thursday. In the past, I enjoyed picking up a manual or 2 to have as a reference. Yar, I know the internet is a wonderful vault of knowledge, but many times I like to have it in print if possible. (in bed, on the "throne", on the plane, etc) Are things changing so quickly that no one has put out a general mac book? The closest I saw was the current macs for dummies, but even that appeared to be 99.99999% OSX info and very slim pickings insofar as hardware and such. I am thinking a manual that would cover the internals of RAM, HD and processors, and procedures for upgrading hardware. Is it so simple these days that it need not be covered extensively? I am rather shocked that I cannot find a "Missing Manual" or Mac Bible" that fits the bill. Is there one or two right under my nose that I've overlooked?