It's time to get a laptop. The conflict between being family chauffeur and family breadwinner has left me no choice. I'm spending too much time waiting in my car instead of working in my car . . . Here's what I need: - The best wireless connection I can get - both for speed and to be able to access remote signals. - As much screen acreage as I can get - I generally work with two documents side-by-side at the same time. The bigger they are, the better. - Enough functionality to run Microsoft Word, Safari, and Adobe Reader at the same time without any of them crashing. - A browser that refreshes quickly enough that I can keep an eye on an eBay auction if I need to. So, in a nutshell, nothing fancy. I'll be using it in the relative discomfort of my car, often in subfreezing temperatures. If I want to do something exciting - I'll be doing it at home, not in my car! But I don't have any easy way of doing a hands-on camparison of different laptops. So I'm wondering what difference there is between the displays on the different models (other than size) - are some better than others? What about the angle between keyboard and screen - is that ever adjustable? Is any of them just more user-friendly in layout and design? I'd welcome any thoughts you have . . .