I'm buying a new laptop. I was going to build a new PC (and probably will still do that eventually), but my life has taken a sudden change and demands portability. I want a laptop that can game decently enough but not break the bank too much. I've got some contenders so far, this Lenovo being probably the top contender- lenovo IdeaPad Y560- $1,200 - Intel Core i7-740QM @1.73GHz - 6GB DDR3 1066 memory - ATI Mobility Radeon HD 5730 (1GB dedicated VRAM) - 640GB hard drive (5400rpm) - Bluray combo drive http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx...N82E16834146850 I'm willing to listen to any advice about this laptop or others. Whichever one i go with though, the CPU type i'm looking for is a Core i series, and i need a dedicated GPU (no Intel crap). I intend to do some gaming with it, moderate to as heavy as i can get by with. I'm not in need of enthusiast settings at the highest resolutions, but average to fairly high in games would be nice. I also tend to do some emulation as well, specifically PS2, Gamecube, and Wii for the most powerful systems. That's another reason i chose the Core i series, these emulators favor those CPU's and can get away with a lower clock speed if you have them (making them hopefully playable on laptops). I don't expect to run every game at a perfect 60fps all the time, but most playable at 30 or over at high resolutions is my goal. I am hoping this Lenovo is a good one to choose. It's well within my max price range and it has some pretty nice specs to boot. Bang for the buck IMO. Advice is appreciated, as long as it's within my target of $1200-$1300. And so far, i've yet to see any laptops really better for any more money than the one i've picked. Thanks in advance, i'll probably be ordering it within the day. And if it turns out this laptop sucks, be gentle. I'm ok at picking out desktop components, but i have almost no experience in what the best laptop brands are.