I've been saving my money and planning on buying a MacBook this coming summer. I have been looking at the 2.4GHz version with 4GB of memory and a 320GB hard drive, but recently I'm starting to reconsider. Should I just get the basic 2.0GHz version with no upgrades and save about $500? I'll just be using the computer for basic things - writing papers, listening to music, watching movies, etc., though I might also do some video editing with Final Cut Pro, and I'll probably play The Sims 3 when it comes out. Is it worth it for me to get the top-of-the-line version? Part of me wants to get the best possible version so that I won't run out of hard drive space and I won't have to replace the computer anytime soon, but it is a pretty pricey step up. What do you guys think? Also, I know that I should try to wait until Snow Leopard comes out, which should be around June or July, right? When this comes out, will they pre-load it onto all of the computers so that I can buy it with that already on there? Also, are people expecting updates of the MacBooks themselves to coincide with the Snow Leopard release? Ideally, I want to buy my MacBook at a time when I can get the free iPod promotion, but I don't mind waiting until the end of summer if it means that I'll have the latest version.