Of course, that is why I like reading Newegg reviews because it's not some salesperson trying to move a product. My first thought was being surprised that the Intel integrated video chip would overheat that easily. I would look into it. Intel chips are usualy pretty cool, and when it comes to any computer, finding a solid motherboard and video (chip or card) is essential (again check reviews). Again, I would check reviews(can't stress this enough). I don't know anything about Toshiba, but know Intel and Asus have been around and are decent companies. Newegg might actually match your price or plan, or don't care as much about selling Toshiba products. Oh, and about Bestbuy, I know their tech support is marginal, however if something happens during your warranty they will replace it with a better model if they are not selling it anylonger. My friend, granted a few years past, used to abuse the Bestbuy warranty program LOL. He'd buy the extended warranty (or not) and before it ran out, he would damage the product somehow and get a new one (often times a better model). In general BB charges more cause it's a storefront, has crappy tech support and/or too expensive, but their warranty program is very good Lately I've been sticking with Large map size (I've always went giant in the past) but for this particular game I chose giant because I was using Full of Resources map (a mapscript that was also made for FFH2 but somewhat outdated) with the Hub map (and I thought it wouldn't be enough land). Anyways, bad idea I found out as for some reason sea maps bog down my computer more than full land maps (like Highlands, fantasy realm, etc.). It would be awesome to bring the Full of Resources up to date and improve it for FFH2 mods. I did notice evangelizing non disciple units the promotion had immediate effect, but the following turn was removed FYI. I'm going to try another game on a large map instead tonight and get back to you. I won't change anything, and if there is a problem hopefully this time can be played on your laptop.