Hey macrumors forum! Ive been on windows since windows 95 all the way through vista, the only one i skipped was windows 20000, and had brief stints with Linux throughout the past few years. I just got a new macbook 2.4ghz penryn in white, with 2gigs of ram and the superdrive. I got it from my campus store, so it came with the Iwork 08 disks for only 30 dollars! It has been absolutely flawless, except for random crashing in Imovie 6 HD (I got it from the apple site) which I guess a few people have experienced, but regardless, I would start it back up and it was fine, it happened twice over three days of editing, no biggie really. Anyway, I've got a few questions for macbook owners! question the first: On the left side of the computer, where all the inputs and outputs are, do your computers have just a tiny bit of flex in the plastic where the two screws are? I get it right where the case meets the palmrest. I get a little squeek I guess, just wanted to know if that was just a general design flaw, I know there isnts much right in that location to keep the plastic too rigid. also, what is your guys average boot up time? like from when you press the button to the logon screen? Ive got mine now with the adobe suite and some random other programs, nothing too hardcore and I timed mine to be about 42 seconds or so, from button to logon. Just curious as to how good or bad that is. and finally, being a windows user, its hard to actually break that habit of always shutting down, because sleep mode on windows is very badly designed. But i know on an apple is much better, and a lot of people shut down ONLY at the end of the day, if that! so please, give me some insight as to how you guys generally compute on a daily basis. turn on, sleep at any time until youre done for the whole day, at which point you shut down? thanks in advance! Im loving OSX, its leagues ahead of Vista in terms of intuitiveness.