I'm thinking about a new laptop for my travels. I'm typing this on an AMD-equipped Tosh netbook which cost me £300 around 18months ago and has been a revelation. It's quick enough for browsing, office and 720p video. It has HDMI out for when I'm in the UK and I'm near a TV. It lasts a good 6 hours on battery with standard use and the keyboard feels great (for a netbook). It has three problem areas: 1) Can't run Photoshop/Lightroom (and I do freelance photography at the moment, so that's important) 2) Can't game (hardly a deal breaker, but would be nice to an extent) 3) A little slow when multitasking (but again, that's to be expected in this market segment). I'm currently sharing an apartment with a friend in the Italian Alps and we shoot photos of people skiing and boarding and then sell them for a living. I built my friend a mini-ITX machine for us to share whilst we're here. It has a 128gb SSD, 16gig of fast RAM, and an i5 with HD4000. It runs lightroom sweetly, is blindingly fast and plays 1080p and CoH: Opposing Fronts no probs. So that's got me thinking about when we part ways at the end of the season. She will take the shoebox back to Denmark and I'll be screwed for travelling. I'll need something with i5/7 8/16gig ram and an SSD, but mostly, it needs a decent display. Love the look of the Asus G75, but the panel is TN, right? I need colour accuracy and if I have to lose a discrete GPU to get it, I can cope with that. But without spending £2000 on a top end business workstation, can you get decent displays on "normal" laptops??