I know, I know...Rev. D Santa Rosa MacBook Pros are coming out in a few months. But I can't afford $1800 for a new computer (the EDU cost of the cheapest MacBook Pro) and I really don't want to buy refurbished hardware (which is still $1600 + tax + shipping for a Rev. C model when they actually have them in stock). I would get a MacBook but I really need the larger screen of the MacBook Pro. So I found a brand new Rev. B Core Duo MacBook Pro with a 2GHz processor, 512MB of memory, and an 80GB hard drive for about $1400 including tax and shipping. Is it a good idea to buy it? I do mostly audio work, which is processor intensive but nothing a Core Duo couldn't handle. My main concern with buying the older hardware is the lack of n-draft wireless and the single-layer SuperDrive, but after thinking it over I think I could deal. I would need to get another 1GB of RAM but I could do that at a later time for under $100. The smaller hard drive is also disappointing but I could make do since I have an external FireWire drive. Are there any other major differences I should be aware of? Video cards are really not a concern of mine. So based on what I've said, does it sound like it would be wise to get the Core Duo now? My other option would be to wait until the Rev. D models come out and then try to get a Rev. C model for cheap, but I would probably have to wait a long time for them to come down to the $1400 range (or maybe not? I don't really know...). Any help would be really appreciated.