Face the facts, the old MacBook series was overpriced apple tax, as some people call it(i dont call it apple tax because your paying to have a machine that doesent crash) but if all the components were added together, you certainly wouldnt have a $2799 buck machine. And the $1099 MacBook was the worst, with 60GB HD and 1GB RAM, not even a superdrive. Now that they've bumped it up, what do you think of the "apple tax"? They upgraded MBP HD on the 15" to 160, gave 2GB to the $1999 MacBook Pro, upped the processors, and for the MacBook Family, they increased stock base model to 1GB ram standard from 512 and upped the HD to 80GB, while making the processor 0.17GHz faster and raised the other models HDs by 40GB and gave them a 0.16GHz processor upgrade. Are they still overpriced too much? No doubt you can get a cheaper dell machine, but i think the component cost is nearing the retail price.