Like an annoying toddler on a lazy Saturday morning...my Macbook keeps waking up. Not really sure what's causing it. I'm running it on an external display with a USB-audio KVM switch. I'll be ready to doze off after another thrilling episode of MythBusters, and I'll hold the 'Play/Pause' button of my Apple remote to sleep the system from my bed. Except it doesn't sleep. It power naps. It goes into standby for two seconds, then re-awakens. I've tried unplugging anything that might be waking it up. At first I thought, it's gotta be the USB peripherals, like keyboard and mouse. Didn't change anything. Then I thought, well the video port seems to be 'intelligent', knowing when I've plugged stuff in etc, maybe it's that. Well at first, it was. But then just as I turned my PC off (of all things, completely unconnected apart from networked folders), my Macbook screams to life again! Now I know there's apps like InsomniaX which help keep your Mac from going into standby, but there has to be some way of doing the opposite, forcing it into a deep sleep (not to be confused with the Deep Sleep mode). So I ask you - can't a guy get any sleep around here?!