Hi all...I'm considering purchasing a MacBook Pro. I currently have an IBM/Lenovo Thinkpad 15" UXGA w/ an AFFS IPS LCD. And that's where the question really lies. IBM, and now Lenovo are longer producing IPS displays, which are the very best screens that there ever have been. And I lucked out, and got one that Hydis made. One with FFS (Frag Field Schiedling), and I found out I even have one of their Advanced ones, hence AFFS. Any native-resolution wallpaper (1600x1200 in my case) looks like you're part of the image/environment, etc. that it displays. It also has full 180-degree viewing angle, and it's super bright. Being that Mac's are considered "the more expensive" laptops, are there models that have either IPS, or something similar? The price doesn't matter. It's that I've been used to IPS screens since I bought my first one, a T42p, 4 years ago, and never considered anything else. Now that the Thinkpads are in Lenovo's hands, IPS is gone. Very disappointing. So I decided to hang on to my T60p as long as I can, and upgraded it to the strongest CPU that my system board will take, which turned out to be the Core 2 Duo 2.33GHz (T7600). For my wireless N network, I also put in the Atheros 802.11n card, which is awesome! I looked around on Apple's websites, and I cannot find anything very informative regarding the screen quality of its products. I'd love to get a 17" WUXGA widescreen model, and with a gorgeous screen, and, as I said, IPS-like color precision, wide viewing angle, and the highest resolution possible. Who manufacturers the LCD's for them? Do I get to choose from which manufacturer, e.g. Samsung vs. LG? Thank you all in advance!