Has anyone else noticed that the education online store at store.apple.com has changed? The first-tier macbook pro used to be $1800 with education discount, but now it is $100 more, at $1900. However, the high-end 15 inch with 2.53 gHz c2d, 512 mb 9600m gt, and 4 gb ddr3 retains the $200 discount, at $2300. The new macbook air 120 gb hdd, 1.6 ghz has only a $100 discount now, before, i think that it had a $150 discount. However, the high-end MBA with 1.86 ghz c2d and 128 gb ssd has a $200 discount, down to $2300. I also noticed that on the low end configuration of the MBA, the prices to upgrade both the processor and ssd are now lower, to add, together, to an extra $100 discount, making the price equal to the high-end config. Did this all just happen? What do you think about this? Also, on another note, I am shocked at the price of the new 24 inch CD. The contrast ratio and especially, the response time just can't compare with other monitors at significantly lower prices, and without the glass glossy screen to artificially raise the contrast ratio (most other monitors with the same or better contrast ratio are matte). Are any of you considering buying?