Hi all, I'm in the market for a new Macbook Air and I was looking at this one in particular that's running for $699 on the Apple Refurb section. Link: http://store.apple.com/ca/product/FC505LL/A Specs: Originally released October 2010 11.6-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display 2GB memory 64GB flash storage NVIDIA GeForce 320M graphics FaceTime camera I'm mostly concerned about the 2GB RAM and whether it's sufficient enough for my needs. Also, the i5 procressor (in the 2011 model) vs the C2D processor (in this 2010 model). I've read a few things here and there, and mostly conflicting reports but just wondering if i could get some insight from people who've used it, and whether this would suit my needs based on my usage. I'm debating between this, or waiting until the new 2011 Macbook Air gets released into the refurb store. The 11.6" 2011 i5 model with 4GB RAM is currently selling for $1199, so I assume it'll be somewhere around $999 when it comes out in refurb. Alternatively, the Oct 2010 C2D version (same as above) but with 4GB ram is currently selling for $849 in the refurb section... so a $150 premium for the extra 2GB in RAM. My usage: - this will be my secondary computer that I'll use mostly for coffee shop leisure, maybe doing some work at the library... mostly used for internet browsing, iTunes, watching movies, Youtube, and MS Office work (powerpoint/excel or typing documents). I don't game, don't do any coding, no graphics work, etc. Will this 2GB C2D be enough for my usage? Or should I spit out the money, wait for the 2011 refurb, and pay the extra $300+ premium for the i5 and 4GB ram? Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!