I just bought a Fujitsu T4215 from J&R. Since they had the cheapest price on the web and I live here in NY, I figured I could just go pick one up and be done with it. I found the process at the store to be a bit sketchy. Nowhere at the store did they list the full specs. The box says "T4215, T5600, TPC, DVD/CD-RW, 512M, 60G, IWLN, BT, 12XGA. Sounds good, except that when I open the System menu in the Control Panel, it says Lifebook T4210 Series. Is this normal for the T4215? Two other questions: Bluetooth: The machine is definitely supposed to have Bluetooth. There is a "Toshiba BT Port (COM64) that appears in the Device Manager, but there does not seem to be any program installed that adjusts the Bluetooth settings or turns it on. There is no "Bluetooth Devices" utility in the Control Panel, as Windows XP Help Center says their should be. Screen: I think I have the Indoor/Outdoor screen, because the resolution is XGA, the screen is shiny, and the viewing angle is very good. However, I've notice that there seems to be some distortion from the shiny party of the screen. What I mean by this is that the screen seems to have two layers, a shiny surface, and just below this the actual pixels that are lighting up. In addition to the generally poor resolution of 1024 x 768, The shiny surface seems to be adding a sort of iridescent quality that I find quite annoying. Now that I pay close attention to to my old laptop (a Dell Latitude D620 w/ 1440 x 900 pixels), I see that it has the same issue. However it is much worse on my 4215, to the point of making me dizzy when I move my head while looking at the screen. Is this due to the indoor/outdoor screen or the low resolution, or is it something typical of Fujitsu laptops? I didn't read anything in the reviews about this. Thanks a lot in advance to anyone who can help me resolve this.