Please help me out with my facts in this speculation... According to the always reliable Wikipedia the Montevina platform will support support DDR3-800 which will be "effectively enabling memory modules of maximum 16 gibibyte in size." Google informs me that 16 gibibytes is a dumb way of writing 16 gigabytes. So is it possible that we will see MacBook Pros out later this year capable of handling 8 or even 16 GB of RAM? I'm in the market for my first Mac ever and I'll need it as a desktop replacement so the more RAM the better. I need it for when I'll have to boot into <shudder>Vista</shudder> and run SQL Server and/or Oracle locally. I know even the current MBP will handle what I want but I will gladly, though impatiently, wait a few months if I can get more than 4 GB of RAM.