As most of you probably know, I recently bought a 300Mhz Blueberry iBook to use as my only computer when I move out since my PC and 17" monitor will likely take up too much space wherever I'm going. (probably a small apartment or a trailer or whatever I can afford, definately going to be small) While I like my iBook, I'm wondering if it'll be enough for what I do or want to do (hopefully some Photoshop, light to medium multimedia stuff) and I've been thinking about selling it in the near future and getting either a brand new iBook or a refurbished Ti. I've seen refurbished 667 DVI Powerbooks for $1699 at the special deal section of the Apple store and sometimes cheaper elseware and that's about the limit of my budget. If I got a new iBook, it would be a 12" combo, coming out to about $1399, a $300 difference, but either one would be on a loan anywayz, so it's monthly payments that I'm most concerned about. The iBook's newer, more portable and cheaper, and the Ti has similar specs (save for the screen and the G4) for $300 extra, is the 15.2" screen and Altivec'ed G4 worth the extra money or am I better off sticking with a faster G3? Portability isn't my main concern, this isn't going to be a second computer that I can take anywhere, it's going to be my only one. The Ti is no doubt a sexier machine than the iBook, but it does have that 'steal me' factor. So which one would suit my needs better, a cheaper newer smaller iBook or an older more expensive bigger, more powerful Ti? Or should I just stick with the Blueberry? This isn't something I'm going to be doing right now, possibly a month at the least so I have plenty of time to decide.