I nearly bought a Macbook today as I need one for work. I got talking to one of the sales guys in the store, and, for the first time, I understood what utter Macfanboyism is all about. I explained I needed it mostly for word processing and I couldn't find the forward delete key on the keyboard (I thought it had one like my iMac keyboard has). The sales guy was very dismissive and sneering and said in "all his years" of using a Mac (he looked about 15) he'd never needed a forward delete key. Taken aback, I said sorry, but I did as I edit acres of text at a time and scrolling through a word at a time, a forward delete saves a keystroke when you land before a punctuation mark, punctuation being the main thing that gets deleted. I asked if I could see Bootcamp in action on one of the machines as I already used Parallels, but I needed to see Bootcamp before I bought the machine because I wanted to see if the Fn+Backspace (which I worked out after vaguely reading something about it) in action in Windows before I'd buy. He just snorted and said, "I don't think you'll find us running Windows in this store" or some such nonsense. The rest of the discourse was him being utterly dismissive of my need to use Windows and I remarked the switch and ability to use both systems is a big driver of sales. He just flicked his dusting cloth at a white Macbook and I walked away. I was so disappointed at his attitude and Apple have lost a sale. I was going to complain to the manager but didn't have the time as I needed to get away to meet someone. I don't know the ins and outs of running a copy of Windows on a Macbook or why they don't have one set up in store - it will convince a lot of people to switch if they saw it in action, perhaps? And are there pitfalls to running Windows on a Macbook? I don't want to have to run Windows, but the software I use for work will only run in Windows so it's a non-negotiable.