Hi everyone, I got my unibody macbook on thursday from my dads friend, I don't really know when he bought it but oh well...anyways I just want to say my experience on it. Honestly this macbook isn't really much different from my old white macbook (october 31, 07) but I still love it alot. The keyboard is really good like any macbook and the backlights are really good for night, it adds alot of sexiness to it. The design is VERY well done and it feels really nice to use, very light and thin so I have more space in my old macbooks case bag thingy. My screen model I just check is the 9ca6 or sumtin and I heard this one isn't a good one....idk because this screen seems good but JUST a little washed out, and not that bright even at full brightness, even at night! The speakers are good and the glass screen is kind of a dead breaker for me because my old whitebooks screen broke from an accident and hopefully, god forbid, in the future if anything fell on the screen the glass protects it since replacing a piece of glass won't be as expensive as the whole display. The thing I literally get ticked off is the trackpad. I hate how I can't rest my thumb or hand on it without it thinking its a 2 touch gesture or the cursor going all over the place. I don't really like how clicking it makes a big noise and just using it really can get a person ticked off. I think it needs a bit getting used to but I think apple should give a sort of update that makes the bottom half of the trackpad less sensitive compared to the top. Honestly, both the whitebooks now and the unibodies are perfect machines, and really there isn't a difference between the 2, if anything a whitebook would be better because it would put you aside from all the metal and stuff and also when you hold the aluminum macbook its easy to slip out since the metal is really smooth, compared to hard plastic would kind of give you a better grip, like the 2g iphone and the 3g. Anyways this computer really is great and would love to keep then any PC brick, they can try really hard to match macbooks but the design on macbooks is unmatched and it always has been. 1 thing though, My time machine backup isn't as integrated on my new macbook then it was on my old one, like if I enter time machine, it only shows recent, rather then showing all my backups with there pics and stuff, and getting files from finder is kinda gey, and when I backup my files it backs up the whole 48gigs! Why can't this drive be the same like it was with my old macbok? sigh, hopefully this is a bug or sumtin, anyways waiting for WWDC for snow leopard and iphone os 3.0. Gnight.