Hi. Want to get a top Macbook for as little money as possible. This will be mine for two-three years, after which I will be upgrading to a MBP for university. That will have to last me about five, but I will worry about that then. Will be used for: -Lots of office application stuff -Lots of web surfing -Lots of instant messaging -Lots of music -Sporadic recording using Garageband and Logic My questions: -Does that .016 ghz really make that much difference? Although I will be going for that anyway, due to the Superdrive. -Should I go for the 2gb RAM from Apple at +£90, or get the standard and replace it myself? If the latter, which is the standard RAM to use and where can I get it cheapest? -Which hard drive should I get? A 7200 RPM one would be more useful for audio mixing/recording stuff, of course. 160-200gb would be an ideal amount, but I could get an external just for home use if push comes to shove. What drives can be put in Macbooks? -Mini-DVI to VGA cable available any cheaper? -If I'm upgrading it myself is it even worth getting Applecare? -Does the MB still have the Sudden Motion Sensor that is in the MBP? -I've heard people ranting about the MB keyboards, is the public consensus that they are really that bad? I get the feeling I'm going to miss the backlit keyboard, that struck me as really good. Thanks in advance!