It's time. The 2006 white Macbook needs to be put down. I'm a teacher, so I mostly use the computer for documents, web browsing, email, netflix, some light photo display and editing, and itunes. No gaming. It won't travel very much. It can be plugged in frequently. So here's the match-up: A) Newly announced 13" Macbook Air ($1050 edu. price) - 1.3 Ghz i5 dual-core - 4 GB *soldered* RAM - 128 GB *soldered* Solid State HD - 12 hour battery B) Non-retina 13" Macbook Pro ($999 edu. price) - 2.5 Ghz i5 dual core - 4 GB *upgradable* RAM - 500 GB *removable* platter HD (*strongly* considering +$200 for 128 SS HD upgrade) - 7 hour battery Considerations: - Looking to make it last a few (3-4) years - Solid State HD is nice for speed and durability (I'm a jostler) - Looking to migrate files to cloud storage (already using External Drive) - Am fearful of Macbook Pro Buyer's Remorse if new one comes out in ~4 months (I need something now) Any thoughts out there?