Hi all While not a switcher I've been away from the mac side of things for a few years (my old job was heavily mac based but I've not really touched one since I left 18 moths ago) but since my existing laptop (a Thinkpad T42) is nearing the end of its useful life its time to replace it with something new, and since I'm a big fan of MacOSX I figured to go for a Mac laptop, even with some of the things that annoy me so much about the OS. At the moment I'm trying to decide between the Macbook and the Macbook Pro - While I'd prefer the pro, I'm not sure yet if I can justify the extra £400 cost over the Macbook - all of the benefits (bigger screen, better graphics, lighted keyboard) are all great, but do I *need* them? Anyway, my actual question - when both the Macbook Pros and the Macbooks were released there were a load of complaints about the machines running far too hot, this seems to have been (at least unofficially) tracked down to a massive excess of thermal paste being applied over the CPU (too much of this gunk actually acts as an insulant and makes the heat situation worse) - has this now been resolved? I really don't want to spend £1200 on a machine that feels dangerously hot to the touch all the time! Beyond that - what are your opinions? Is a Macbook Pro a better choice than the Macbook? My usage will be: - Normal internet use - DVD/Movie watching - *maybe* a smidge of gaming (probably via Windows XP/Bootcamp) So nothing particularly hardcore. It *will* be travelling a fair amount though - I have to move about a bit for work.