Hi everyone, I am looking to switch from my dell PC (PC User of 15 years - grew up 5 blocks away from steve jobs himself in palo alto) to a mac platform and had some questions regarding whether to buy a macbook pro or a macbook and an iMac. This may sound crazy, but when I price it out in the configurations I need they come out to the same price (actually imac + macbook is $75 less!). I need to have a large screen at home (the 17" mbp would do it) but one of the computers needs to have 2.4ghz and this is where my problem begins: 1. Ultimately the only heavy duty thing I want to do on any of these machines is run starcraft 2 when it comes out. I haven't played a game in 5 years but my love of starcraft 1 forces me into my past. I know the mbp has the 8600gt which is an mid-level card and I assume if starcraft comes out by next december it will just cut it with graphics down. The imac comes with the 2600 pro (well, likely an underclocked XT but that is another issue) and I'm just not sure the 2600 pro will make it even in XP/Vista bootcamp. 2. The other problem is that I have never had to keep two machines at the same time (a laptop and a desktop) and I'm wondering if people think that is a real pain in the butt or is worth the effort given the ultra-convenience of the macbook (plus longer battery time) and having a nice 20" display for home? If you do have two machines at home is it a pain to keep them synced with music files, work files, email, palm programs/dates, calendar events, applications, settings, random stuff accumulating on business trips? I will not be using .Mac so please don't suggest that. This is probably my biggest fear and I would appreciate if someone could address this. BTW, is it just me or are the new keyboards annoying as hell to type on? I tried them in the apple store and it was almost a deal breaker for me right there in the store. Thanks mac gurus!