I’ve spent some time using a new MacBook and I’ve learned some interesting things:
With some scripting the iSight does a good job of taking snapshots when an invalid login attempt occurs.
When booting into Windows XP using BootCamp you must place two fingers on the trackpad at the same time and click the trackpad button to execute the equivalent of a “right-click”.
The two USB ports are too close together to plug in the dongle for a wireless USB mouse and a standard-sized USB memory stick.
When switching between Windows XP and OS X you’ll notice clock sync issues. Set both operating systems to automatically synchronize the system clock with a time server on the Internet. The only other fix I’ve found is to add a registry entry to Windows XP, but I have not done that since it may cause problems.