I got my new 12" iBook last night and I love it! I've barely had a chance to play with it, and the AE card and router haven't come yet, though. I've just got one worry/complaint; as I was surfing around the hard drive I had a couple of instances where I'd click on a folder and instead of coming up with its contents, it would come up with a blank window and the HD would just spin and spin and spin, so I'd finally hit the "back" button, and then click the folder again, and it would come up this time instantly. Also, when I was doing "get info" to see the size of various folders, sometimes it would just say "calculating size" for an indefinite amount of time even if the folder was only a few MB in size. I'm worried about this. Is this some kind of OS X bug or have I got a hardware problem? Also I really have to say the 30gig drive is awfully small, as I probably knew. I decided against the cto idea because I figured by the time I add the sales tax from apple I coulda bought a bigger, faster external drive, which is what I'll probably do eventually because the drive CAME with 9 gigs of stuff already on it (much of which is system). Amazing, the old G3 I've been on has only a 6gig drive, which is mostly full, but thats got a ton of software and documents on it. I guess the bigger the drives they make, the bigger they'll make the applications to fill them. "Tony Hawk's Pro Skater", BTW, takes 1.1 gigs.