Hey all. Just out of curiosity, I made this thread. It seems to me that a lot of people out there got a Pro over a Macbook for many things, the minority of which sometimes seems the upgraded spec. Now, just out of curiosity, please state the reason for you going pro(it doesn't matter, unibody or classic, but it wouldn't hurt to say which one you have, to help clarify) , as opposed to just getting a normal MacBook (eg. bigger screen, matte screen, better graphics, you do Photoshop, you do FCP, etc.) For me personally, I work a lot with Quartz, slideshows, and Keynote. I find that using MacBooks, some of my more advanced transitions, which I personally compose in Quartz, and then import to my Keynotes, don't actually play well. I just tried one of my presentations yesterday on my friend's Penryn BlackBook. THe thing went at like 0.2 FPS Hence, I have no option but to go pro should I want it to play smoothly. Heck, even my last-gen 2.6 Penryn couldn't take my last Quartz slides. Why? I don't know. When Apple introduced the MacBooks with nVidia 9400 graphics, I rejoiced, as that meant I no longer needed a pro. Or so I thought. Until I saw that even the new MacBook couldn't handle my slides. So, I went pro. Now, what's your reason?