I've been thinking for a while about buying the Macbook Pro. I'm still not 100% sure if it's what I want to do, but the new 13" Macbook Pro's look like a good value for the money. At the 2.4ghz model, it would cost me almost as much to get an equivalent PC. I'm a few years out of college but I'm going to be teaching in a k-12 equivalent institution overseas in a couple of months. The education discount only applies to the US though. My brother is still in college, and his ipod just broke. It's a 3rd gen so it's at least a few years old. So now that they have this get a free itouch w/ purchase of Mac on the education discount page, I could have him buy the Mac for me, he would keep the itouch (I really don't have any use for one since I've got an iphone) and I'd pay him back. Seems like pretty win-win. I save $100 he gets a free itouch. So my question is this - if he were to buy the Applecare plan when he purchases the mac, how hard would it be to transfer to my name? I read that it's transferable in the terms. Or... if I buy the Applecare plan after the fact, will I have a problem registering it in my name?