This is just a speculative thread about whether the MacBook excludes dedicated VRAM because: A) It keeps the MacBook price lower B) It differentiates it from MacBook Pro's which have the exact same chip. Although I understand that the MacBook is a consumer product, I wish there were a BTO video card option simply because I like smaller laptops but that doesn't necessarily translate to me being someone who is less willing to spend extra money where I want to on a laptop. The MacBook straddles the line between the previous iBook and PB 12". I wish they would have made a high end option with VRAM instead of the premium black option. I don't have enough money saved up for a MacBook yet, but when I am not just saving up for the least expensive options, I will save my money longer to get it tricked out how I want, and wish one of those tricks was dedicated VRAM. Anyone think they will add it as a BTO if the community clamors? The one time in history that was like that was when Apple pre-announced the specs for the original iMac which at the time included a 33.6 K modem. Clamoring caused them to up it to a 56k before its release. Thoughts?