Some background: I have been using a 13" unibody MB (2.4GHz C2D, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD), since I purchased it in February 2009, as my sole work computer. I occasionally procrastinate by setting up an external monitor/keyboard/mouse, but I can't make that stick; I've used laptops my whole professional life, and staring at a desktop just feels weird. The 13" MB has been a good workhorse, and I certainly prefer OSX over Vista, but it's now time to upgrade. More than anything, I am tired of the glossy screen. I stare at text all day - lots of it. The reflections on the super-glossy, glass screen are simply too distracting. Your mileage, of course, may vary. I have recently been given a new work laptop: a Dell Latitude E5410 (2.4GHz i5, 4GB RAM, 320GB 7200rpm HDD). It's quite nice, really: the build quality isn't bad; it's super fast, under Windows 7; it has a nice, 14" matte screen. The fan can be noisy at times, and of course you don't get OSX. I also miss the SSD (I'll never buy a non-SSD laptop again.) So, to my dilemma: do I simply retire the 13" MB and use the (free) Latitude, or do I purchase (when they are announced) a new, presumably 15", anti-glare MBP with my own money? My usage is not complicated. I use MS Office (Word, Outlook) all day long. Office 2010 for PC and Office 2011 for Mac have, for me, feature parity when it comes to Word, but Outlook for PC is still several leagues ahead in an Exchange environment (which I'm in). Outlook 2011 for Mac is really quite rubbish. I also use Dropbox (cross-platform), Firefox (same) and Adobe Reader (same). I much prefer Keynote over PowerPoint, but this isn't a deal-breaker. There are other things, but these are my tools of the trade. So, what do you all think? Any comments or thoughts much appreciated.