I see pro audio websales selling P4M Centrino and AMD notebooks for "pro audio" recording. I have seen the desktop chipped notebooks and feel they are a better way to go. But the M chips and Dothans.......? I use Sonar 4 on a desktop and cant imagine it can run on a notebook in any usable form. Cakewalk does not even recommend notebook use of their software and i wonder how many newbies may not get whet they think they should as far as tracks, plug ins etc on some of the notebooks being touted as DAW. There should be a listing of capabilities with these notebooks. Anyone in this business know of or have tested any SW and notebooks for reliable indicators of a positive multitrack recording result ? Im sure there are audio pros on this site who also sell equiptment that may be able to clear this up. What will a Pent 4M Centrino @1.4 be capapble of in comparison to more horsepower.