Ok I have been waiting to get a MBP for about 2 months now and I finally got one. One of the first apps I made sure to get was Multiclutch. This is easily the sickest app on the MBP. In case anyone doesnt know, multiclutch extends the multitouch feature on the trackpads on new MBPs and MBA. Extends is really too small a word though, because before, the gestures dont do a damn thing. Any way, a little tinkering around with multiclutch and I think I pretty much have the lay of the land. First thing is first- global applications: these are your bread and butter in multiclutch. set up some good ones that will help u with anything. some that are good are: swipe down -cmd-H -hides current window zoom out -cmd-Q -quits current application and I like Rotate left -cmd-W - closes current window- ill get more into that one in a minute. these should get u started and used to multiclutch and most importantly global gestures will affect programs that wouldnt usually be affected by multiclutch such as carbon apps (itunes and finder especially). IMPORTANT: if you try to put gestures in itunes or any other carbon app remember to reset the shortcut for the global apps and the app will be able to use some gestures again next most important application for gestures: firefox- or your browser of choice. These ones work great and really streamline the browsing experience. im still toying with these a little but the ones i have now are: rotate right -cmd-T- new tab rotate left -cmd-W -this and the global app with the same function for the same gesture really work great together. in firefox cmd-W will close ur current tab and in global it will close ur current window- really intuitive and helpful zoom in -cmd-shift-T -opens ur most recently closed tab-good for when u accidentally rotate left swipe right- cmd ] - forward swipe left -cmd [ -back -saves a lot of time obviously these firefox ones are not completely ideal because it would be nice to switch tabs when u want to as well, but the other gestures dont really work for switch tab, and the goal is really to make the gestures something simple and obvious. that said i am tinkering with moving back to swipe up and then just having left right be for switching -so far its not really working because the combo for previous tab is set to the same button combo as the little app switcher thingie. anyway clearly more work needs to be put in, but i just got my MBP a few days ago, so im constantly trying out new gestures for different actions. If anyone has any gestures they think are good please share them, or if anyone thinks they know some better ones than the ones i point out.Thanks.