Hello all, I don't know if this first bit is necessary but: I am considering buying a MacBook. I like the sturdiness of the hardware, the charger connection is awesome and I love the keyboard. However, I do a lot of .NET development and don't particularly want to run the dev environment virtualized and I would prefer to run a 64 bit version of Windows and probably will not use OS X much, if at all. My question: When Leopard ships with Boot Camp as a feature in OS X, will they provide driver support for the hardware on the MacBook for 64 bit versions of Windows? I realize that the website claims support only of 32 bit versions but I'm totally unfamiliar with how Apple releases work. By that I mean can you completely trust what the website says at this point or do they like to throw in some surprise additional functionality? I also am unaware if everybody in the know already has the answer to this, either intuitively or via websites such as this one. My search hasn't turned up a lot of answers. I appreciate any help.