Hello, I have been searching around for an answer to this question but have not really found (to my mind) a satisfactory answer. I am looking to buy a new 13" MBP, and I am not sure whether I should get the 2.4 Ghz c2d, or the 2.66 Ghz c2d. Looking at geekbench scores, it appears that the two models are seperated by about 400 points, and I am wondering whether this is actually a worthwhile difference. A common word of advice that I have run in to is that one should save the money on the processor and instead invest in a Solid State Drive. My problem with this is that SSD still seems too expensive right now for the amount of space you are getting (the largest that I could afford would be the 128 GB, which is not very much space, especially since I could be getting 500 GB otherwise). Later on, I feel that I could upgrade to an SSD when it is slightly more affordable. Furthermore, Hard Drive is something that can be upgraded at some point down the line, whereas a processor cannot. Does anyone think the slightly faster processor would pay off in the long run? especially considering I plan to keep this computer for several years. For some context, I plan to be using this laptop mainly for music production (logic, ableton, perhaps reason) as well as maybe a little light gaming (assuming valve comes through with porting Steam to Mac) Furthermore, I know that I have my heart set on the 13" (I am not really interested in 15" due to the portability issue, as I will be doing alot of traveling) Thanks, your input is appreciated.