I've got a new unibody MacBook and love it... the one thing that DOES get me, though, is the relatively low resolution on the internal LCD. I was just reading about a Lenovo (X300, I believe), that has a similar footprint; 13.3" LED LCD, very light... all that, but it has a panel that is able to display at 1440x900! Anyone know if it'd be feasible to swap out the LCD panel from the ThinkPad into the MB? I'm thinking it MIGHT be thin enough to fit into the already tiny LCD enclosure on the MBs (it IS LED; not CCFL). And, I mean, there shouldn't be any reason why it WOULDN'T work, right? The 9400M hardware is capable of displaying up to 2560x1600 via its Mini DisplayPort. Does anyone -- someone with more electrical knowledge -- know if it'd be possible to swap out these panels? I wish I'd known about the refurbished models that were up for sale on Apple's online store before I got this machine... I woulda probably gotten a MBP 15.4. Speaking of which; I've only had this machine for about 7 days; do you think they'd allow a return if my plan was to buy an upgraded model (and not charge me the restocking fee)? I know that got gotta convoluted... I'd appreciate any responses to that... Moderators, move/alter as necessary.