Hey everyone. I just posted this problem I'm having on the Adobe forums, but no one seems to be agreeing with me. The best advice I got was "buy lots of batteries", and that shouldn't be necessary. So I'm here wondering if anyone has this problem other than me? Surely someone must have noticed this... I'm using Photoshop CS3 on a MBP 2.33GHz. And whenever PS is the active application, the CPU goes up to 50% or greater usage just because I'm moving the cursor around. I first noticed this when I had dashboard open and PS was the active app. iStat Pro would show the CPU goes up to 50% or more, and it seemed random until I noticed that it was only when I moved the cursor around. Anyway... does no one else agree that this is a serious bug, especially for laptop owners? I shouldn't have to buy several batteries just to get good battery life when using PS. And yes, I do realize that having more than one battery might be a given in the pro-laptop-user world. But since I don't go out in the field too often, I don't want to spend so much money on batteries. Please tell me someone else has noticed this? And if there's some kind of fix for it? I've submitted a bug report to Adobe. I wonder if they can do anything about it. Thanks..