1066 v 1333 FSB - what's the difference?

Dear well-educated tech type people,

Looking through the Core2Duo price cut threads I see talk of FSB speeds, and ram/mortherboard compatability. It makes my simple artists brain heat up until it feels like a giant piece of popcorn that is about to explode through my skull, and I have questions...

If I do not overclock are there any noticeable perfomance advantages between FSB's of 1066 and 1333?

Will the new E6x50 cpu's work on current Core2 boards?

Is the type of compatible RAM dictated by the CPU or the Mobo?

Please reply as if talking to a slow child who is keen to learn!
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