All, This is my first time on the Mac forum section, although I am quite active on the iOS section. Anyways, I am literally fed up with the PC world and think it is the appropriate time to move to Mac products as my experience with iOS devices (iPad and iPhone and iPod Touch (all models)) has been quite rewarding. Some of these questions may seem stupid but I have numbered them so if you could answer them in the same format, it would be extremely generous I plan to run BootCamp (I think that is what it is called) to run windows for AutoCAD. I don't think there is a Mac version available yet. Does Windows run without problems? Have you had any trouble? Is the 3 year Apple Care priced at $183 worth it or are there alternative solutions which provide better third party warranty and a cheaper price? This may sound stupid but in the pictures I could not see any opening for the heat to be let out - does the MBP have a fan and does it become hot (warm is fine but I use laptops on my lap at some points and don't want my pants to catch on fire [that's a joke btw])? Apple discussion board has mixed reviews on iWork products. Can iWork handle document formatting such as table of contents, table of figures, hyperlinks linking to other sections within the document (such as Headings 1,2,...)? I have a WD 500GB portable hard drive I purchased last year, any chance it will not work with OSX? I don't run the WD software that comes with it - in fact I deleted it completely. It is simply there for me to run backups on. OSX Lion is bound to release soon - if I were to buy it after the release, will Lion come pre-installed on the MBP at no additional cost or will I still have to pay the additional $29 for it? Is there a difference between the behavior of the Mac App Store and the iOS App Store? As in, does it seamlessly update all your applications without asking for reboots like a BlackBerry does? Does the MBP have WOL (wake on lan) capabilities? In other words, can I turn the computer on from sleep via ethernet? This is very important as I use my iPad for on-the-go basis and at times when I need to download certain files or use the laptop for whatever, I like the option of being able to turn it on wirelessly. Would you know of any software for the iPad that can do this? I know there are too many questions to ask and some may sound down right stupid but your responses will be of great help. Thank you.