I do have a yellow envelope. xD
*ends up buying a laptop bag instead*
That way, there'll be some place for the adapters. xD
I like how I can set the brightness to a level really high and not kill the battery. I can get around 4 hours in Windows with brightness kinda like the 3DS's 5 plugged in, and slightly longer on OS X.
(I'll staying mostly in Windows because of games. If only the porting situation was better... But it's close. I only have three problematic games on Steam (2 has no port, 1 is under spec on OS X but not Windows))
(I like how the monitor is calibrated to perfection out of the box in Mac OS X. It didn't take too long for me to do the same in Windows 7 given it's easy-to-use calibration tools. (I find Mac OS X's basic mode to be insufficient, and advanced too cumbersome.))
Actually, on Windows, hardware acceleration also means that you get to have better text rendering in some cases Not to mention that I've had enough of Chrome stuttering while I'm scrolling fast. It looks disorienting when I see it. (There's a reason why I stopped using Chrome for the most part...)
It's probably one of these things that you won't notice, though.
Also, I wonder how does one attempt a middle-click on a Magic Mouse. (Didn't bring any mice)