Hey, As uneventful as the new MBP announcements are, I am going to be buying one this week. I think I'll opt for a new one vs. getting a refurb as the bump in RAM and supposedly better GPU are worth the measly difference in price between the 2009 model in the refurb store and the education discount on the new one. I want the 13" as i have to move round enough that a 15" is just too annoying to lug around. Question is: I can spend a tad bit more than the base 13" model and wondering what would be the best option. I'm not really into getting the 2.66ghz model over the 2.4ghz model as the extra $300 doesn't quite seem justifiable there. So, that leaves me with springing for one, or perhaps even two 4gb RAM modules OR buying a SSD drive for the thing. I'd probably do both of these aftermarket on my own, as I've heard the apple SSD's are not great. is there a consensus of some kind as to which of these would be the better option in terms of performance boosting? The machine is used for your basic office, web, email tasks with regular use of playing back both SD and HD quicktime files into an external projector, some light work in the adobe suite (mostly illustrator and some indesign, photoshop, but only really for cropping and minor image adjustments), and some very light work in final cut (capturing short clips from tape/HD cameras and outputting to quicktime files or DVD, no heavy rendering of any kind). thoughts anyone?