Hi everyone, After calling Apple to complain about the temperature of my new Macbook Pro under low-load conditions, the person instructed me to check the Activity Monitor to see if any programs were using a lot of CPU. It turns out that at times with only 1 or 2 tabs open, Safari is using 50% of my CPU as well as 400-500 MB of physical memory! (I have 1 GB). I've cleared the cache to no avail. One symptom I've noticed is that when playing (play-money) games using the java applet on pokerroom.com, I consistently get "slow connection" warnings and am basically unable to play. The only time I've been able to play on pokerroom on my new laptop is when I first got it, prior to transferring over any of my files from my old computer and before installing the 10.4.7 update. Should I try to do a re-install, or is this the normal behavior for Safari? Are there several issues at play here? (Safari being a memory hog and also I've seen some threads where Safari has problems holding connections?). Any help would be appreciated! Thanks!!