Okay, so the GT 330 is boring but predictable...but I was just looking at the 13" models, and had completely missed that they actually got a huge GPU upgrade! It's still integrated, so memory bandwidth will be a big issue (and you'll REALLY need to keep those things in dual-channel mode)...BUT...they went from only 16 cores up to 48. Granted for the price you can still do a lot better, but it's still a huge upgrade, and for the first time would probably make the 13" model legitimately useful for games (or other programs that can use the GPU). In a way, all you're getting going up to the 15" model is dedicated video RAM (and only 256MB unless you jump up two more models). So...actually a pretty nice upgrade! Don't know how I managed to miss that they'd TRIPLED the GPU hardware on those things! Just saw a thing last night, where Steve Jobs had apparently answered the "why don't these have i5" question with "because a massively more powerful GPU is a bigger deal than 10-20% more CPU performance" type answer, and shockingly that's not spin. That really is a much better setup than had they gone say Core i5 and only used the Intel graphics, or only used a 16 core GPU or whatever. It's not like a 2.4 or 2.66GHz Core 2 is anything to sneeze at, and the current units are actually fairly well balanced (assuming memory bandwidth doesn't slow them down TOO much).