So my current situation at school has me with three units. Each serves a specific role. A) iMac CD @ 1.83/1.5GB/160GB/BT/APE/SD, used most often for basic stuff, but also is used for windows stuff (games and windows specific applications) B) PowerBook G4 @ 1.33/2.0GB/160GB/BT/APE/Combo, used for times when I can't be at my iMac, but still need access to web and a decent amount of power. Dual boots Tiger and Leopard for classic needs, and Tiger sees a significant performance boost as well. C) Asus EEE PC @ 700MHz/1.0GB/4GB/802.11bg/(N/A), used for in-class needs, aka typing notes or essays, viewing presentations or reading word documents containing assignments. Currently running the standard Linux distro it came with, and offers no access to the WiFi at my school (WPA Enterprise). Basically, it's a convoluted toy which I have found a few uses for. So my dilemma is: Should I get rid of 2 of 3 (or all three) and get a MacBook Pro to encompass all my needs? I love my PowerBook to death, I love the size of the EEE, and the iMac just looks really nice. However, a MacBook Pro would be much more functional as a single unit. I just worry that having one central unit puts my data at risk, and also makes theft a greater worry because I'd be reliant on one machine. Having three (or even 2/3) means I can still operate fine with one or two machines going out of commission for a while. Is it worth it for me to upgrade to an older (or if I sold all my units), or even a refurb MacBook Pro?