I'm seriously considering selling it to him. He is willing to pay me everything I paid for it. I may get a Sony Vaio, which was what I was debating on before I got the Macbook.
I'm gonna debate and think on it. But when you put it that way (me switching, which is what would probably happen for the next 3 years) it does sound more appealing to get out now.
Hey, yea...I noticed the same thing. I ended up wanting to use windows for One Note and some other stuff, and it just seemed like a huge hassle to have both windows and mac osx. While i did enjoy osx, I mostly would use the computer for typing, surfing the web...and I realized that I am much faster and efficient with vista, I don't have all those meltdowns and headaches with it that a lot of people seem to complain about. So, I returned my macbook to apple (within the 14 days, but I had opened it so I had to eat the 10% restocking fee, which ended up being $100). I did, however, just get a dell m1330 refurbished for about $1000 including shipping and tax, so it was a good deal (my macbook refurbished was $1100, with tax it was $1167). It has the same size screen as the macbook, 13.3", but it is thinner (macbook seemed kinda bulky to me), lighter (about 4 lbs), has an led backlit screen, and still has the sweet slot load drive. I'm very happy with it.
I'm just annoyed because I feel like I have to do sooo much to get my Mac to be like a PC.
To answer your question about switching back to PC, If you have to try so hard for your mac to be a PC, it's not worth it (I also learned that the hard way). While Macs are known for their quality, other computers also have good build quality: Lenovos, Toshibas (although they have alot of preinstalled software crap), dells (most are good, in my experience). If you want a mac, run mac osx...if you need windows, just get a PC and be happy!