I used Windows XP on my Blackbook for six months without a BSoD. I got the Aluminum MB two months back, and up until a week ago I had seen only one. Now I have gotten three in the past week, the last one (yesterday) when the system was sitting fairly idle with no user activity going on. When the BSoD occurs, the screen is filled with information but it only stays up for a split-second, so it's impossible to learn anything from it. One time after restarting I got a window that claimed the problem was due to a "device or driver" error but it was not able to determine which device or driver was at fault. I suspect that one of Apple's drivers for the new MB has a serious bug. Does anyone know of a way to gather more information after the system crashes? My usual usage pattern is to use XP during the day at work and OS X at night at home, so the system is restarted quite often. I'm guessing that in the first two months that I owned this MB I mostly avoided seeing the problem just by luck. It's also possible that I was just lucky in never seeing it on the Blackbook in six months, but that seems highly unlikely. It's more likely this is an Aluminum MB issue only.