Since I purchased my iPhone I have found myself carrying around my MBP C2D less and less. It's very liberating having access to mobile internet and email in a package small enough to fit in my pocket. I am also no longer doing much design work and I really only find myself using the MBP for the basics - Interent, Storage, and the occasional movie. However, the iPhone is not meant as a computer replacement (obviously) and even though I am not using it as much, it seems like a computer is necessary in this day and age for a million reasons - not least of which being that it's the only way to store and sync a large music and video library with the ever-handy iPhone. So I've been debating the best way to go about downgrading my computer situation and getting the best bang for my limited computer needs at present, and I have all but talked myself into the following: Sell MacBook Pro, replace with a Mac Mini connected to a new large screen LCD television (just in time for football season!). Sounds reasonable enough, but I thought I'd get a second opinion (or 25-50). So tell me... will I regret this? Will the limited power on the Mac Mini drive me nuts when I do use the computer for something more than a DVD player? Is this a good start to a home media solution? Does the Mini "up-convert" DVDs? or will movie playback on a 1080P 40" screen look terrible? Anyone currently have a set-up like this who can give me some real-world feedback? Thanks.