I'm considering buying a MBP (probably the 15" low end) but I've heard so many issues/problems about the wireless (unable to connect, unable to locate, lost/dropped connections etc...), and I've virtually heard nothing against the regular macbook's wireless connection. My question, has the problem been fixed with the most recent MBPs (I doubt it, but maybe during the Penyrn Feb update somehow?) or with Leopard 10.5.3?. Also, is it really because of aluminum casing that there is this problem? I'm not saying that there isn't a range difference, I'm quite sure there is some wifi range difference between the plastic casing of regular macbooks and aluminum MBPs, but is the casing the actual problem? I really don't understand how it could cause such hassles for wireless. Any input from current/former MBP users would be highly appreciated.