http://www.appleinsider.com/article...erest_on_recent_apple_macbook_case_leaks.html It's been talked about a lot, and it looks like what I thought was just a joke is actually true, the next MacBook Pros are probably going to be even thinner than the current models, so less than 1". So, overheating is basically here to stay and will almost certainly get worse, and Apple will have to make an even smaller jump in specs from the last models than was made between previous MBP revisions. If the current 19 watt GPU causes huge heat issues in a 1" laptop, how are they going to fit the 25 watt 9650M GT into a 0.8" one? But above all, why are they doing this, it is getting me down and I just don't understand what they are thinking. If people want a thin notebook, they'll get the Air, 1.3" is thinner than 99% of the PC notebooks in the same price range as the MBP, why they thought they had to get even thinner from there was beyond me, but now they're going to do it AGAIN?! Other than a low end GPU what exactly are they going to be able to fit inside this thing that the new MacBook won't have? I just don't understand... everything "high end" has been sucked out of the MacBook Pro, who is it for? I'll answer that: people who need performance but who won't let go of Mac OS X. We don't buy it because it's the computer for us, we buy it because it's the most powerful notebook (by a bit) we can get and we try to make do. I am one of those people, but other than those who only just need the specs of the Pro (or would rather be seen with one than a regular MB, prob 30% of this forum) I don't think anyone who owns a MBP can be actually satisfied with it. It's really depressing, we want a Pro laptop but they give us a fashion accessory..