Hi guys, As per the title really. I decided to take the plunge and switch over (or rather 'add') to a MBP 2011 13.3" Core i5. I was wary of the Intel HD3000 gfx but after reading around decided since I don't need it for games it'd be fine. However, I've noticed that my 1080p moves take almost forever to fully buffer in QuickTime and are virtually unusable (at least for seek, etc) until they have fully loaded. Things seem to work OK in VLC, so I'm guessing this is a Perian issue? I'm only asking because I was wondering if maybe the 5,200rpm hdd was bottlenecking rather than it being a software issue. I'm hoping to upgrade to 8GB RAM and an SSD once the issues are ironed out and TRIM is supported. To be honest I'm loving OS X overall but I can't help but feel like something's missing. It's not so much the OS (I'm used to Linux/BSD/Win multiboots), but rather that the hardware - well built as it is - is just so... barebones. I keep reaching for little features that just aren't there on a MBP. Even little things like a hdd activity light and optical drive eject button LOL I'm sure I'll get used to it, and I do love the system overall, I just wish it ran cooler, QUIETER and had a few more hardware features. Unlike my last laptop I can't just put it on the bed with me to watch movies, which kinda sucks, as it just gets mega hot and sounds like a broken jet engine taking off. I also find using the trackpad to drag icons incredibly annoying and difficult with the whole "hold down the trackpad while you try to drag things without letting the trackpad 'unclick' and without running out of space because inertia doesn't work as well as on Windows trackpads" issue. Surely I'm not alone in that? Sorry, I'm not as disappointed as I sound lol I'm just finding it a bit of a difficult switch. I still have my main self-built Windows/Linux desktop for comfort, and I'm loving being able to be more productive in Pages and iWeb compared to a Win box, and the screen is simply gorgeous! I guess I just feel a little homesick with the new appliance. I'm sure it'll pass. Any input regarding the slow buffering would be greatly appreciated though. I have to say I'm pretty impressed overall.