I had to do an erase and reinstall of Leopard yesterday and now when I put my Macbook Pro to sleep and wake it up it takes 12 minutes for the screen to begin to display anything. Then the cursor lags BIG TIME! I might have to start over yet again, unless someone here has any other ideas. I installed Leopard, installed the Adobe CS3 suite, then remembered I was supposed to install the Leopard updates and did that. It was around that time that it started all this. If I restart OS X it runs fine, until it goes to sleep again. I'm trying to run disk utility right now to verify and/or repair permissions because that's helped in the past, and it's taking forever! Finally after about 5 minutes it's making progress and I'm getting a whole list of stuff. Could it be something else? Other than the way I installed the Adobe suite and the updates, I've install Firefox. That's the only thing different from last time I had Leopard running. What could it be?