Hey guys, I couldn't hold out any longer once I heard Leopard got pushed back. So last weekend I got my first Mac, the 2.0 ghz Macbook. I love it so far, I just have some questions about battery life in general, and calibrating the battery. Reading the manual, it sounds like you need to have the battery charged fully for 2+ hours, and then turn it on, and take it off battery power. Then, you have to keep the computer on until it goes all the way to dead? It's just kind of inconvienent because it takes my macbook about 4 hrs to charge from being dead. then when you add the extra 2 hours, its up to 6 hours. then once i use it until it dies there goes about another 4 hours? am i interpreting the results incorrectly? also in terms of battery life in general....is it wise to let the macbook battery die every time before recharging? or can i just plug it in, say every day or so when i get home for an hour or so? if so do i always have to let it charge to the full 100%? it would just be much easier to keep it charged most of the time if possible so i dont have to worry about it dying. im just worried about jeopardizing my investment. i have many more questions about the OS and use in general, but if anyone could help me out here i would appreciate it very much! thanks!