I am very interested in purchasing a new computer for next semester at school. I love my Powerbook, but it is just not up to everything I put it through; the beachball is almost continually spinning, and I am constantly trying to conserve RAM, batterly life, etc. I don't blame it...I love it just the same. To afford a new notebook (and I am looking at a 15 inch MPB w/ 2 GB of RAM), I will obviously need to sell my PB. Also, however, I am planning on selling my EDUCATION versions of Adobe Creative Suite 2 and Macromedia Studio MX. Is this allowed? I am not trying to make a profit, I simply want to recoup the money so I can purchase the universal Adobe suite next year. Could I sell the software installed on my computer (but include the discs, etc)? Lastly, what would you recommend for me? I've been hesitant to buy a MPB because I don't think it offers much of an upgrade from the MacBook. My uses: Heavy Photoshop, heavy web design (GoLive/Dreamweaver), some video editing (via iMovie), normal web stuff, Microsoft, etc. Obviously, a lot of my programs will be running through Rosetta until early next year. Also, I will be running it hooked up to a 23 in ACD. Is it worth the upgrade? THANKS!