After a rather heated discussion, the VP of IT and President of my company vetoed my new notebook of choice, the MBP. While I need Windows (several critical Access databases), I thought the MBP would have been fine for me needs. As a VP in the company and quite technical in my own right, I was pissed. The VP of IT kept arguing that they couldn't properly support it. I argued that I am the only IT person in the company with full admin rights on my PCs and those of my staff and the number of times we have needed IT support in the past 3 years could be counted on one hand. Furthermore, the MBP would cost less than the Sony Vaio that I'll probably end up getting. Anyway.... Thoughts on the Vaio SX-240? I intend on using only it and losing my desktop in my office. Core Duo 2 GHz Win XP 13.3" WXGA 1 GB RAM Hybrid Graphic System - NVIDIA® GeForce Go 7400 with TurboCache supporting 128MB and Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 950 128MB dynamically allocated shared (RAM/Video) memory 4.07 lbs.