Hi all, this must surely be the millionth topic started along these lines but I'd like to know your opinions. I'm planning on getting a laptop, either a mid-range MacBook (2.4Ghz, 2GB) or a low-end MacBook Pro (again 2.4Ghz, 2GB) within the next few weeks/months. It will be used in two main areas; Personal use, as a laptop, for web browsing, email, word processing etc. Light stuff basically. For work; attached to a 22" 1680x1050 monitor, running Adobe CS3 Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Firefox and iTunes at the same time (as a minimum, more than likely have Parallels, Safari etc running alongside). Would the MacBook be able to handle this or is it worth the extra ~£400 for the Pro? I will almost certainly be doubling the RAM regardless of which I get. I've heard others saying the MacBook gets very hot and quite loud, something I don't think I could stand (the latter). I've got an Xbox 360 so gaming isn't a concern, but I want to make sure I get a machine that feels snappy and responsive even when running all of these things together (my Dell XP machine just about chugs along). Anyone who runs Fireworks as well, your opinion will be much appreciated, all the web graphics glory seems to go to Photoshop these days.