So, short version of my story: I bought a new 21.5" iMac last Friday. It shipped today and its WONDERFUL. I've been wanting an iMac for about a year now, so... on a whim, I decided I needed it. Upon buying it, I gave my MacBook (13", bought in late '07 early '08ish) to my Mom. She's never touched a Mac before, and I thought she'd enjoy it since she's a fan of her iPad/iPhone. I've been using my HP Notebook for a few days now. (Which is fine, I suppose. PC's just bug me.) I had a plan to buy a MacBook Pro first, since I wanted to upgrade from my MB, pay it off by January, and then buy the iMac. But I reversed it and got the iMac first. Last night, I impulsively decided that I'll need the MBP before January - for classes that start in August. So, I bought it - on an impulse. Because Apple makes me an impulsive shopper. (Do I have a problem? Yes. Yes I do. ) At first, I didn't think BML would accept the charge, and I'm still not sure it did - since its not showing on my account. But I just got the confirmation shipment email from Apple for the MBP - so, I suppose it was? Either way, I financed them through BML, and I'm 110% sure I'll have them both paid off by January, if not sooner. I spent 2-3 hours last night working and figuring out my finances. So, I'm not worried about that at all. However, I'm a little overwhelmed. It was enough to spend 1k on an iMac in one night. And now I've successfully spent 2k on 2 computers in less than 1 week. Am I the only one who has done this? Bad idea? Thank god I found a job last month.