I dont know if this has been posted, but i found the location of a magnet in the MacBook Pro's screen, and found out its use. After reading alot about MacBook's screen having magnets around the edges for its magnetic latch system, and the MacBok Pros having none due to its mechanical latch, i kinda accepted that. Today i was playing around with a magnet and sweeping it along the MBP(yes i know it is very dangerous for the components inside blablabla) and it suddenly went to sleep! i sweeped the area again, and it woke up! that area is: just below the grilles, at the right edge. sweep it with a not too strong magnet and try it out. Disclaimer: Try at your own risk, If any internal components die due to the magnetism, do not blame me. And i got a metal wire and put it on the screen, the part that will be closest to the sensitive spot when the lid is closed, and the wire is attracted to the screen. So there is a magnet in the MBP screen. So the sleep mechanism in the MBP lid closing is a magnetic switch, and not some sensor in the hinge. This answers my questions about the "what to do when i click the sleep button" in power settings when i use bootcamp XP, as all other PCs i have used only have "what to do when i "close the lid" and "press the sleep button"", and a "sleep button" is something i have never seen before(i have seen sleep buttons on keyboards, but not on the casings/laptops) I tried putting the apple remote there, but the magnet was too weak and could not hold the remote.