I'm having a bit of a dilemma lately. I really like the 12" PB I have right now (1.5 Ghz, 1.25 GB Ram), but I really wish I had the Intel chip. I'm not even that interested in Boot Camp, but I'd actually like to run Linux and maybe (God forbid) Windoze in the Parallels vm. I really like the 12" PB form factor though -- it's a good size and the aluminum finish rocks! I've seen all the new notebooks and the 15" MBP still looks like a giant brick to me. I also don't want to spend over $2,000 USD for a laptop b/c I feel they lose their relative value faster (today's "high-end" is tomorrow's "mid-range"). My ideal would be the fabled 12" MBP but I see no reason to expect that to happen soon. Would the MacBook be worth it? I don't like its form factor compared to the 12" PB -- really all I'd want it for is the software advantages of the Intel switch. My day-to-day usage is basically internet/email and office apps. I do love games, but I actually play a lot of the "old school" free/old games -- FreeCiv, Battle for Wesnoth, Warcraft 3. I also have some old Linux games which I hope would also run in Parallels -- Sim City 3000, Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri. Bottom line, I don't think my day-to-day usage is too graphics intensive. Maybe I have strange tastes. Based on this, do you think it's worth it for me to sell my PB and get a MB?