Hi Everyone, Longtime lurker of this forum, and am looking to purchase my first Mac computer. After plenty of research, I'm pretty confident that I'm going to go ahead and pick up a Rev C 2.12 SSD Air, based on my needs at the moment. I'm a college student currently, and will be going into my junior year next month. I am majoring in Information Systems and Operations Management, which both fall under the Business School at my University. During my first two years, I never did any gaming, Photoshop, coding, compling, or anything of that sort. My current computer is a 2.0 Dell with 1GB RAM (edit: it's a desktop). Aside from starting to feel kind of slow, it has always done what I want to do, even watches HD video without a skip. (Also I'll be hooking up the Air to its display when I'm home). This is what made me gravitate toward the Air. I was leaning toward the 15" Pro, but realized alot of the power would go unused. A few other facts about my self: -I'm a commuter, and I drive about 45 minutes to school each day. -During the school day, I move around quite a bit, from classes to meetings to hanging out with my GF to extracurricular commitments -I find myself staying on campus well into the evening often. I am the President of a student organization, which takes up a lot of my time. I move a lot between meetings with our exec board, faculty, and students. -I am also in an Honors program, and am heavily involved in a cultural organization. (Which conveniently meets on the other side of my campus, and I go to a huge state school) I also work one day a week (9-5), and the location is about 45 minutes from my house as well. I am allowed to use my own laptop for work, so I plan on taking and using my MBA there as well. I'll have to boot Windows though, since it is a government agency (No big deal). Thanks for reading my tome of a post. Once again, just looking to get some input on whether the Air will fit me well. I feel like it'll be a great productivity booster as well as a gift for myself. Also a quick thanks to ayeying and scottsdale, you guys have been very helpful already.