OK, even though I'm packing up as we speak I feel somewhat guilty for not providing any info. Basically don't have time to go in to any details, but Hrana already hit on how to fix the jaggies problem. It's a problem inherent to ALL widescreen laptops, not just Dells. When Longhorn and future versions of IE come out they will supposedly have better scaling abilities (especially for large 120 dpi formats). This post does a good job at explaining how to implement what hrana was talking about http://forums.us.dell.com/supportfor...ssage.id=79881
As for audio I bought an echo indigo PC Card (which has a built in amp for two headphones) http://www.echoindigo.com/
and mated it with a set of Beyerdynamic DT 250-80 professional studio headphones http://www.headphone.com
(go to product recommendations and they are recommend for working professionals, gamers, and portable listening). These rank up there as some of the best circumaural closed cans you can buy (and not spend over $500). I swear this combo sounds as good as a $8-10k B&K system. It's absolutely incredible. Everyone that has listened to it for DVDs, music, or games says it's the absolute best sound they have EVER heard on a computer, and every single person has walked away saying it sounds better than their home entertainment center. The drawback of course is that is that they are headphones. Perfect for me though as I'm going to school and wanted headphones to listen to music while doing homework at school, or taking a break during a study group. Also a really good option for LAN parties! There are good open designs by Senneheiser and Grado but I can't have my music blasting out others in my study group. Not to mention when I game or watch DVDs at home I don't want to wake up my two little girls. I still can't stop smiling everytime I put these on!! For those needing more output options echo is coming out with the EchoIO and EchoDJ (check their web site for specs).
BTW, if you want to know what nvidia drivers you are running just go to display properties>settings>advanced>fx go700 and you'll see it listed by Dell as 126.96.36.19924. Basically this means detonator 44.24 for those trying to figure out what "street" version they are using. One dell forum member is reporting using the 44.90 on the M60, but his performance has only increased just slightly. Here is the link for the drivershttp://homepages.paradise.net.nz/oha...legpuindex.htm
As far as the keyboard it is really easy to get underneath it (we're talking 3 snaps and 2 screws...see dell website for the manual). I was unhappy that I could hit keys on the left side of the keyboard and here a slight twang - like metal hitting metal. Well I discovered underneath the keyboard on the right hand side there are small strips of foams on top of the metal chasis preventing the right hand side of the keyboard from making contact with the metal chasis everytime you tap a key. Nothing like that on the left hand side. So I cut a few strips of foam (from the foam that covered my M60 monitor when it arrived -- it needs to be that thin), and taped them down in key spots on the left hand chasis. Put the keyboard back on and walaaahh! The keyboard is now 100% firm EVERYWHERE, and it feels great to type on (firmness, sound, etc..).
Hrana, hope you have had luck with setting up your wireless network. I know that can be frustrating. Not a technical guru myself, did you have any luck with Dell?