So my motherboard on my mid-range '07 Macbook started dying again in Feb. The computer still works, but I got a replacement authorized by calling up Applecare. I decided to wait until the new MBPs came out to replace. I told them I'd have time for a paid upgrade in Hong Kong (I live in China where it is not offered) in April, but that date came and went with no Macbook Pros. I called them up and managed to push the replacement date back to "by mid-May", but they are getting impatient, even though my Applecare goes until August. Now with the recent rumors that only the 15" and the 17" will be updated have me worried. What if the 13" is updated a month or so after? I can't push the replacement back any further. The thing is, I was planning on getting a PC before I got a replacement authorized, as my Applecare is running out and my Macbook hasn't had the best track record. It also doesn't have a dedicated graphics card which is what I was really looking forward to. I don't really game on my Macbook because the GMA 950 is no good, so I mostly do just word processing, surfing the net, basic stuff, with some Logic Pro and iMovie sometimes. So my question is, come this Tuesday (if/when the new 15" and 17" WILL be out) should I be looking to get a current baseline 13" MBP for 200USD or a (hopefully i5) baseline 15" for 800USD?