Hey guys, I've had my Unibody Macbook Pro 2.53Ghz since November and the internet has been working fine for me until these last 2 - 3 weeks in which it has been bugging me a lot. Every website I visit, there is a long, "Looking Up... [X].com" for at least 10-20 seconds before the site is reached, and then a long "Transferring Data..." period before things start to come up. So I thought, my ISP DNS servers are not up to par, so I switched to OpenDNS and put those DNS numbers in my router as well as on my computer and I still did not notice anything changing. So i thought it might have been the almighty Firefox. I switched to Safari, still the same thing, a good 10 - 20 seconds before the site is fully loaded. I then switched over to Bootcamp Windows XP, and found that Firefox there runs fine. All pages load lightening fast and no trace of a Looking Up bug on the XP side. I Google more things about Mozilla or Safari running slow in Mac OS X and find this, Type in Terminal the DNS flush cache script. I do so, and reboot, but still have this problem!!! What can I do to resolve this fellow MacRumors users!!! I hate surfing the web on Mac OS X, it's a pain and even my iTunes downloads are slowed.