Dream, fanboys, dream. Here's the formula for a rumor: Add in the July 27th launch date for Intel's Core 2 Duo chips (redundant name? yes, and yes.) Add the approach of Apple's Developer Conference in early August. Bake at 300 degrees, no, wait, 150 degrees, and instantly arrive at the idea that the new chips would show in new a Macbook Pro next month. While we're cooking up speculation, it would be fair to drool. Those chips are supposed to be a great deal faster than the originals inside of today's MBPs; a great deal more than what we get in an average game of CPU-speed leap frog.