I saw a new Dell 15" notebook yesterday, and it had a 1400x10?? pixel display... that's like 125 dpi!!! it was really, really beautiful...almost like looking at a bright piece of paper. The machine weighed very little, and it had a good, solid shell and sturdy feel...my boss's TiBook has a slightly bendy screen (you could twist it some at the corners)...this dell had a slightly curved edge to the monitor half of the machine...this made it extremely rigid. To be honest, i was quite impressed by the build quality, the technology, and even the styling...not as clean as the PBs, but not garrish at all. Sort of a graphite-flat metallic color and no silly frills or curves... It was also dead silent and never even got my lap warm... built-in bluetooth, GB ethernet, wireless, 7200rpm drive, 1GB RAM (1 chip), 2.4ghz P4 mobility... almost as fast as my PC tower at home... after looking at that screen for a while, i realized that a 17 inch laptop is NOT the way to go...you just need a 15 inch one with a higher pixel density and smaller pixel size...you guys may think i'm blowing smoke, but believe me, if you saw this screen, you'd want a 17inch version for your desktop. I'm using a very nice 21.3 inch professional LCD display, and this 15" notebook had almost as many pixels!