Sold my Aluminum MacBook 2.4 on eBay. Before I go any further, that MacBook is probably the best Mac I've ever owned. It was perfect in every way, and did everything efficiently, effortlessly and flawlessly. It just isn't a MacBook Air. So I sold the MacBook on eBay for almost what I paid for it new. I had originally ordered the rev. 2 1.6/HDD model Air, but at the last minute said, 'no - I'll probably regret not getting the top of the line model,' so I emailed my salesman early this morning and told him to ship me the top of the line SSD version with the extra power adapter instead. Should be here tomorrow. I'm excited. They're comp'ing me the USB/ethernet adapter (Tekserve, NYC higly recommended). The Air will definitely be my secondary and in court computer, as I have a 20" Aluminum iMac on my desk as my main computer. I will probably pick up the Apple 24" LED monitor for the Air sometime in the near future. One last note - b/c of some of the horror stories on this forum, I made sure that my salesperson opened up the Air and confirmed the screen was perfect before shipping (I even linked one of the threads on this forum in case they didn't know what I was talking about). Sales said everything was perfect and boxed it up for FedEx. Rather than go the migration assistant-from-another-Mac route, I'm going to go the Migration Assistant-from-a-Time Machine backup route. My external HD has a USB connection so I'm not expecting any problems. Any other do's and don'ts let 'er rip. YoungTurk P.S. - Wanted to give member "Scottsdale" a special shout-out; his posts were one of the main reasons I'm going to the Air.