Hi, this morning I remembered I had an extra 2 gigs of ram, and remembered my sisters macbook 1,1 only had 1.25 gigs of ram installed. So I decided to install another gig and take it to its max 2gig spec. The computer went from being a snail to a cheetah, a remarkably noticeable speed change, if fact it was running faster than my early 2008 MBP. So I decided to remove the ram in my MBP and plug it back it, and guess what? it made it faster. Safari used to open in 3 bounces, now it opens in one bounce like when I bought it. Is there any logic to this? is it a common practice to remove the ram and place it back in again periodically? any body else notice this? sorry if this has been discussed before, but I couldnt find anything on it.