I just got a Macbook 2.2 Ghz and I love it, but I noticed something kind of strange in my Xbench results when comparing it to my old 12" Powerbooks. My oldest powerbook is the 1Ghz 12" model, and it gets an OpenGL graphics score of 36.29 My 2nd oldest powerbook is the 1.5Ghz 12" model, and it gets an openGL graphics score of 37.78 (not much better). Okay now here's the surprising part. My new MacBook gets a score of 23.28, worse than the old 1Ghz powerbook from 2003 with only 32MB of VRAM. I am wondering if there's something funky going on with Xbench, or is the performance of the GMA X3100 really that bad? One interesting thing is, I noticed that Xbench does not report a video card under system info for my MacBook but it reports the 12" Powerbooks just fine. So it's possible it's not utilizing the hardware acceleration for the tests. Does anybody know for sure? The MacBook blows the other two machines away in Quartz graphics performance (4x faster) as well as user interface performance (25x faster).