Hi everyone, here is the deal, I need a macbook pro for 4 years, maybe even grad school if it's still working well and I don't have the cash. I am having trouble deciding between the 13" (2.7) and the 15" (2.2) , money isn't a deciding factor. I will use the computer to type papers, listen to music, watch tv/movies (primary display/won't be bringing a tv), Moderate HD video editing, moderate photo editing, perhaps some games (i haven't had a computer in awhile that could handle games), and general internet browsing. I know that I may be buying overkill now, but I want to buy better now so that in 3-4 years, it'll still hold its own. I'm 6" 0" and weigh 205lbs., does the extra weight really make that much of a difference to me, I don't think I'll mind a couple extra pounds, especially with the extra performance/screen real estate. Without doubt I'll be getting a hi-res glossy if I go 15", why do so many people not recommend it? I feel that so many people have the glossy from the 13" (no option but to have glossy) that it'll be ok if I have it too, weird reason I know. But I think I want glossy for the video editing/tv/movies. I'll remind again that this will be the only thing I'll watch tv and movies on. Does the hi-res really cause that much eye-strain, I'm concerned about that. I want to have a 7200RPM drive instead of a 5400RPM, I cannot afford an SSD initially and maybe in my 3rd year of ownership, the prices will come down enough so I can trash the optical drive and put a SSD in there. Do I need applecare/one-on-one? I rather avoid the cost and I'm pretty computer savy, so I rather avoid it. What can I do to insure this thing from theft, accidental causes? I cannot afford the 8GB ram from Apple, is it worth it to upgrade from a 3rd party retailer say a year from now when I would have more money? And lastly a different type of question, I have two 21" widescreen dell monitors, can i use them simultaneously with the computer? Don't let influence your advice on 13" vs. 15", I will probably not even use them. Thanks in advance, I know this topic is beat to death.