So I am fully aware that the dual core i5 will outperform the 2.0 core2duo in my current 15" macbook pro 3,1. What I am wondering is how will the new intel HD3000 compare vs the older nvidia 8600m. I know in the past integrated intel graphics were abysmal, but I have seen a few video clips of people playing starcraft 2 on the new 13" with seemingly good framerates. the old 8600m struggles a decent bit with starcraft2 and I can only really play it with settings all the way to their lowest settings. Any insight on how the two compare would be awesome. Also, I am considering the macbook air 13" for the fact that it is even more portable and has the benefit of having the nvidia 330m, but I realize that its pretty slow processor will be smoked by the core i5. What sort of differences would be seen between the 330m and the intel HD3000 graphics in a game like starcraft2? My most frequent uses for the new laptop would be final cut and adobe cs5, so I am drawn to the better processing power and thunderbolt port in the 13" macbook pro, but I do game a fair amount and it is a feature that matters to me enough to carry some weight in my final decision. Obviously the 15" macbook pros would be the most idea solution, but I am just not sure I can justify a $600 increase for my secondary portable machine. Any advice would be greatly appreciated on my current old 15" macbook pro vs 2011 13" base model vs 2010 13" base macbook air regarding final cut and gaming. Thanks!