UP-DATE: here's a link showing the error, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4aKYeBA0NaI I've one of the new MBP (2.8GHz etc), it has been running well, no complaints other than the way it sucks the battery dry... when in 'go-fast' mode. It certainly doesn't handle any sort of image library unless running the discrete graphics chip. Anyway, recently when running a web clip (for example... http://www.streetfighter.ducati.it/main_en.html), sections of the whole screen will start flashing, not individual pixels, but squared off sections, some small, some a 1/4 the size of the screen. Has anyone else encounter this? It's not just this clip, but when loading some web pages a similar thing will occur. Usually just during the upload. Didn't happen before (that I can recall) before the touch pad up-date, tho' I can't be sure. As soon as this post is up, I'm going to switch to the on-board graphics and see if the issue is related to one system or the other.... not good. Especially a pain having to log out to switch graphics..... I really hope Apple sort this out with the next OSX up-date.