I just bought a MacBook Pro 17" 2.8 GHz (not my first Mac, but my first Mac laptop) and I'm happy with everything about it, except... what the hell is up with the feet? Aren't laptops supposed to have rubber feet with some measure of friction? These things seem more optimized for gliding than staying in place. The Mighty Mouse has more friction than the MBP's feet. Funny how they added the MagSafe connector to prevent the laptops from crashing to the floor, then they put EZ-glide feet on them to make sure they fly off the table like a rocket. Anyway -- the problem is, I'm using Logitech's Comfort Lapdesk... ...which I settled for after trying out half a dozen other products. I love it, and it works great with my PC laptops. But it has a glossy surface, so the MBP slides right off it like a skier on an icy slope. Any suggestions for remedies or other stands? I looked at Rain Design's iLap (I'm already using their mStand on my desk, and it's great), but it's just so goddamn ugly. Looks like some contraption my dad built in the garage with spare parts from a lawnmower.