Hey guys, I am brand new here, so I know there are probably similar threads on this issue (I have read many of them), but I just wanted to get some closure by explaining my exact situation. I am going to be a freshman at Georgia Tech this upcoming school year, and will be majoring in business. I have never owned a Mac before, so first of all, is it very difficult to get used to it coming from a PC? The mac vs. PC decision is very hard for me to decide, so any reasons why mac is better for college would also be appreciated. My main question though has to do with which model Macbook Pro to get. Since I am not an engineering major, I will not have to use those programs. However I am not quite sure what programs business majors usually use. All I have heard is that some classes might use windows-only programs, so I might have to use bootcamp from time to time. With all of this in mind, do you think I should get the 2.4ghz C2D 13" Macbook Pro or the 2.4ghz i5 15"? If the 13" came with the i-series processors that would be the ideal setup, but $600 is a lot of extra cash that I could use to buy other things. Basically, I am wondering if I will see much of a difference between those two models, and if the 15" is ideal for carrying around in college in comparison to the 13". Explanations to any answers or opinions would be appreciated. Thanks guys!! EDIT: I also added this in one of my replies below, but just so everyone can give an answer, I talked to my dad about how he seemed to think that speed increases came a lot more from added RAM than from a higher processor speed. What is everyone's take on this?