I remember a while back ago, well over a year ago I discovered online a software program only for the Mac intended to help people go to sleep and more importantly wake up. It utilized your iSight camera taking a photo (silently) every time there was movement, as the camera was positioned to focus on you sleeping, determining when you would be entering a REM sleep cycle and at what times would be best for the program to wake you up. It was a nifty little program though used a bit of ram to keep up since your iSight camera was on all night. That and the program did a few other interesting things too. I hope someone knows what I'm talking about. I'd love to check this program out again but can't remember it's name. I'm only doing so since I've moved to a new apartment and am looking for a new method to wake me up in the morning aside from my cell phone's loud ring tones. As of now I'm considering one of these 2: http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=10740537 Or there is this other alarm clock that you set on the opposite side of your room and have a little laser gun next to you and when the alarm rings in the morning you grab the gun and the alarm won't turn off till you shoot the laser w/ the gun directly into the bulls-eye within the alarm itself on the other side of the room.