As many of you may already know... I picked up my 12" Combo drive PB today at the Apple Store. I've been using it for several hours now. I've updated all the Apple software via the system update. I'm amazed at how easy the WiFi was to setup. I'm using WPA security. Not much to it. I can't believe the whining that people have done at work to setup wireless. I can only hope that it's because I'm using a MAC. ;-p Then I can say... See I told you! You should have bought a MAC! ;-) I'm about done transfering my 6GB of songs over as well. So... On to the bad part of my day. I bought 512 MB of Kingston RAM for the PB. I went to install the RAM and I stripped one of the screws on the cover hiding the place where you put RAM. So... I took it back to the Apple store to see if they could remove it. Get this. The "Genius bar" person wanted me to bring it back tomorrow to dremel a slot into the screw. She mentioned that she would most likley damage the bottom of my PB!!! She said if that didn't work she would send it to the depot for $200.00 and they would fix it! I was pretty upset, so I stopped in at a MAC Media store. The tech there removed the stripped screw in 10 seconds flat. They then installed my RAM for 35 dollars. (I bought a case for the PB as well... sucker!) ;-) So... the only bad news is that I have to go back to the Apple store to get a new screw tomorrow. No biggie! I'm just glad I didn't let her dremel my PB. The guy at the MAC Media store used some sort of tool to back the stripped screw out. Sorry this was so long. However, I just wanted to share by RAM story. So as a lession to anyone going to install RAM in a PB, be VERY careful with the screws. They are extremely soft and easy to strip.