Hi guys, I'm in the market for a new Mac, holding on desperately to my 12" PowerBook G4. It's still a great machine for what it can do, but I'm definitely feeling the software (and hardware) crunch when it comes to Intel-only software and Flash video online. Certain sites (Huffington Post, for example) are so Flash-heavy, I can't even scroll, and YouTube only works because I'm patient. When the 11.6" MacBook Airs came out last year, I was super-excited about the prospect of being able to upgrade to a computer that didn't feel huge like the 13" MBPs (I'm sure I would get used to it, but after spending so much time on my PB, they feel massive). I've played with them at the Apple Store and although the screen feels miniscule, I could probably get used to it. I know MacBook Airs aren't exactly designed to be primary machines and that usually, you should have a desktop Mac or some sort of more powerful machine to handle stuff like graphics processing, remote disc, etc. So would keeping the 12" PowerBook after getting the MBA be a good idea? I'm not a power user by any means (browsing, email, writing, Excel, occasional non-3D games, Flash video, NO Photoshop or even iPhoto or iMovie or anything like that) but for the odd chance that I need an optical drive, would that be a good idea? The screen size isn't necessarily the biggest issue;the fact that people say there are problems with kernel panics and Flash video makes me worried the most. I guess it boils down to: 1) keep PowerBook and get a MBA to become my primary machine. 2) get a 13" MBP after the refresh and keep the PowerBook for Classic. Both are going to be more powerful than what I have, for sure, but I'm curious to know what others would do in this situation. Thanks for your advice!