Has anyone else been dissatisfied with the current Macbook Pro's graphics hardware? Don't get me wrong, I respect that Apple is planning its computer performance around the average Mac OS X user, but I believe that a computer with an astronomical price tag should have an equally astronomical performance rating. The CPUs finally got their long-needed update, along with the graphics cards. However, with a little research, I have discovered that the NVIDIA 9600M GT, shipped with the older Unibody Macbook Pros, were introduced in June/July of 2008. The Macbook Pros were released in November. This makes the 9600 a competitive, relatively high performance graphics card at the time of its release. However, the NVIDIA GT 330M cards that are shipped with the 2010 Macbook Pros are not that up to date. The card's architecture is based around the NVIDIA 200M series, which were introduced along with the previous generation of graphics hardware. Is anyone else hoping that Apple will include an option for a very powerful NVIDIA card with the next update? Something like the Geforce GT 280M graphics card?