Hi guys. I am going off to college in the fall to study Pre-Med. I am looking for a setup that will last me 4-5 years. I do not game much but this computer will be my main machine for movies, music, online streaming of live sports, lots of papers, notes, photo management, and some mild video editing. I also want the option of dual booting into windows to run a few specific programs. Laptop I am still debating between the 13" and 15" MBP. Although I enjoy the form factor and portability of the 13" model, I find the screen to be a bit too small for when I really want to get my work done. I like having 2 windows side by side, 1 for research and 1 word document for example, while writing a paper. I haven't really found an efficient way of doing that on my current white Macbook. On the other hand, this would definitely be possible on the 15" but it is more expensive and probably less portable. One thing I am not sure of is HOW MUCH less portable is it... is it as bulky and heavy in comparison to the 13" as people claim? Printer With the educational discount, I get 100$ rebate on a printer of choice. Which is the best one? I want the ink to be relatively affordable and more importantly widely accessible in case I run out of ink the night before a big paper is due or something. For this reason I want to go towards a brand like HP, but am willing to hear suggestions. Also, I want to be able to scan like crazy and digitize all of my notes into PDFs. Which would be a good printer for this purpose? Others I need a good, solid backpack that will be able to take my MBP, a few notebooks, binders, and probably 1 heavy textbook at a time. I don't want to break the bank on this - less than $100 would be nice. I like Swiss Gear as a brand. Any accessories that can utilize apple's new Thunderbolt Port? Sleeve and Case recommendations for the laptop. Any other college gadget I might have missed Thank you so much everyone!! and sorry for the long post!