Hey Ladies! Does anyone wonder what makes the premium 2.53 GHz Macbook Pro so much more expensive than the 2.4 GHz one? I do! 2.4 GHz MBP + 4GB RAM + 320GB-7200 HD = 2074 Euro 2.53 GHz MBP + 4GB RAM + 320GB HD-720 HD = 2294 Euro Price difference: 220 Euro ! Difference 1: 2.53 C2D vs 2.4 C2D Price difference on the end-user market between both CPUs: 20 Euro !! Difference 2: 512MB Vram vs 256MB Vram Performance difference: most likely 0%, because the 9600M GT cannot make much use of the additional Vram !!! But it gets worse: If I buy the most basic MBP for 1799 Euro and add 4GB RAM plus 320GB-7200K myself then it costs me around 2000 Euro !!!! That's not only another 74 Euro cheaper (for the work and time I need to invest myself) than using Apple's options but leaves me with a spare 250GB HD and 1GB RAM (compensates for the work and time) !!!!! Usually one would expect an all inegrated top-model to be less expensive than updating a lower priced model with the same parts. Not so here. I have seen the disassembly photos on IFixit.com and it seems that the CPU is fixed to the logic board. Does anyone know if swapping CPUs yourself is possible? Are they soldered to the board or just glued to the socket?