Well, Im a bit upset. On Thursday, while writing a presentation for school, I managed to pour the best part of a good cup of coffee over the keyboard of my 1.33 GHz 12" ibook. The first thing I did was to pull the battery out and turn it upside down. But it started fizzing and the screen died before it turned off. What followed were some of my finest expletives followed by a bout of depression. After several days drying my book is dead! But, as I am fully insured against accidental damage (in case of write-off, replacement for original value) and I did a full backup a couple of days beforehand I'm not too worried. So I will be taking it in to be looked at tomorrow. Which gets me thinking, if it's a write-off (and it probably is). Shall I just get them to replace it with a 2,0 GHz MB or do you think I should pay the difference and try and get an 2,16 GHz 15" MBP? With either system, I plan on maxing out the RAM, adding Aperture and eventually CS3. Maybe with the MBP an external screen would be an option eventually. I am a serious hobbyist using (or at least until the coffee incident) CS2 + DPP. Maybe I'm counting my chickens before they're hatched, but if my ibook is shot then I'm thinking that now would be a good time to upgrade. I have after all shot 12,000 frames in the last 10 months with my dslr. What do you think? Any advice appreciated.