After suffering at the hands of Windows XP for far too long, I could not take all the disk thrashing, freezes, slow hibernates, shutdowns, M$ updates that break the machine, driver battles Etc. So thinking the Mac would be better i ordered a MBP. Yesterday I got going and first thing was wireless seems stuffed. From a Google around the Web it seems that if you don't use an Apple router you are likely to have problems which is ridiculous. I have a DrayTek 2910 (350USD). I use WP2 and no PC has ever had a problem with it. But with the new MBP, I type in the SSID, then selectin "WPA2 Personal" and type in the password then "Add". After that in the list of networks it is listed as "WPA Personal". It seems to be deciding to switch from WPA2 to WPA as soon as I click Add. If I switch off the security (!) the Airport bar shows weak signal strength even though machine is in same room as router. The internet is also rather slow compared to a PC using the same connection. That was yesterday. Today on a deadline I needed to burn a DVD with some data to make the post. No chance with the Mac. Once inserted it would not show in Finder and would not eject without rebooting and holding mouse button. I tried a different brand, same problem. Pre-recorded DVDs eject no problem and show in finder but not blanks. Same goes with audio - pre-recorded ones eject no problem but it seems if I leave a blank audio CD in for more than 30 seconds, it will not eject. So far my experience with switching to a MBP from an XP machine has been that it suffers badly in terms of wireless connectivity and can not even eject a disc, let alone burn one. Someone tell me "It Just Works"?