I'm buying a Macbook Pro, and I was wondering if I should upgrade the 2 gig of RAM to 4 gig. Here's some stuff I'm gonna be running... Lots of Adobe products (Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, Dreamweaver, Flash, etc.). I'm also going to have some recording software to record and edit music (not professionally, but just for a band I'm in), and I might also be doing some video editing, although that's not going to be a huge thing. I'll probably at most times be running at least Photoshop and Dreamweaver, probably iTunes and Firefox, of course... I also plan on keeping this computer for the next 4-5 years, if I can. My parents are paying for 1400 dollars of it, plus I get a 100 dollar educational discount, so that leaves me at paying 500 dollars if I don't get the extra RAM, and 635 (give or take) if I do get the extra RAM. I'm not a big spender, so I save most of my money, but I think that I might want to do this laptop right, cause I won't be getting a new one for a while. I'll have around 400-500 dollars left if I get the extra 4 gig of RAM, about, and as I mentioned, I don't really use my money for too much. So, should I upgrade to 4 gig? Or leave it at 2? Money isn't a terrible issue, but I don't want to be getting it if nobody thinks it'll help much.