Got the i5 unibody and it ran fantastically for a month or two. In the last couple weeks it started running incredibly slow surfing the web. Every fourth or fifth link I try ends up hanging for like 10-20 seconds or more or times out. The modem needs to be reset multiple times a day. Other Mac computers in our house seem to be dragging too, but not as much as the unibody. It really feels like dial-up and makes it almost impossible to work on the thing. We have AT&T DSL wifi-the "Downstream Speed: Up to 6.0 Mbps Upstream Speed: Up to 768 Kbps" I know 2 other people in my city running Macs using AT&T as the provider. They both said their service has been slow and timing out. So, wondering if anything is up with AT&T or if this is simply a coincidence and I have a virus? I have had Macs since 1995 and never had a virus, so know nothing about them. Don't know the first thing to even do. Get Norton? Is there even any Mac viruses going around? Is this what they do? I did install bootcamp about a month ago with windows xp I think. I hated it and only used it a few times. Tried not to use explorer at all. Didn't really go online other than to do their updates. Oh, and did call AT&T. They did troubleshoot online by asking for my modem information. The guy 'went in' and adjusted some settings he said. It wasn't running faster. We got disconnected a couple times. He called back once, but didn't call back the second time to resume the troubleshooting. He wouldn't give me his direct line of course, and I haven't had the time to sit on hold for a half and hour yet. So, help! I am having dial up flashbacks!!