I'm highly tempted to buy a 15" MBP ($2199) despite the bad news of overheating complaints. It's been a few weeks since the overheating issue was made. Maybe new MBPs being made and shipped won't have as much thermal grease applied to the chips...? Even then, if I set the fans to a higher RPM, use a laptop stand with cooling fans, and then work with some heavy duty photoshop work or rendering, with 10.6.7 fixing a software glitch (and hopefully not quietly underclocking the GPU too much as a workaround), should I be okay temperature-wise? (Anything to keep the thing running cool as I want this machine to last 3~5 years and excess heat will lower its lifespan.) I wish this was a non-issue, but buying this model - even with warranty (Best Buy) - has me slightly worried. I have read Apple takes care of its customers in the past, which is great, but still. If I can't get the new model to lock up, I'll be happy to put my mid-2009 17" 2.8GHZ model on ebay. Thx!