Hey everyone so I'm getting my first Macbook shipped to me sometime this week and I'm curious to find out some more information about it. As far as computers go, I've always been a windows guy so this will be my first Mac product in terms of laptops. My last laptop had constant issues with the LCD being faulty and just giving me screen issues. I'm just hoping that I won't encounter a similar issue with this laptop. So now I'm excited to get started with my Macbook Air! It was a bit of an impulsive buy, I hadn't done much research besides the fact that I looked at the buyers guide on MacRumors and it said Macbook Air would be the best choice in buying a laptop at this moment as I am a college student about to continue taking classes over the summer. I'm buying the newest Macbook Air with upgraded SSD space to 256 GB but everything else left default. So my questions for you guys is what else should I look into investing in for my Macbook? I bought a rubberized Kuzy case, keyboard protector and a sleeve to put my Macbook Air into. Along with my Macbook I bought a thunderbolt to gigabit ethernet adapter as I tend to use my Macbook connected with an ethernet cord a lot when I'm back home. I'm curious about space on the SSD -- I don't consume a lot of space but I tend to like to have movies and other files that take up a lot of space, should I look into investing into an external hard drive, possibly one like this? http://www.amazon.com/Passport-Port...8&sr=8-1&keywords=external+hard+drive+for+mac I plan on having a relatively big iTunes library once I get my Macbook so how would I go about re-routing all necessary media information from iTunes to this external drive? I plan on doing mainly school orientated projects, watching movies, maybe small time gaming (possible to run League of Legends or Diablo 3?) If I were to connect my laptop to an external monitor using an HDMI cord, what kind of thunderbolt connector would I need? As far as Apple Care goes, I didn't buy the plan when I bought the laptop as I'm not sure how far the coverage extends to and I didn't have all the money readily available but I'm interested in it as an option next month once I have the money for it, is it a solid investment? Sorry for slamming you guys with all these questions, just a new Mac user excited to get started as I have always wanted to be able to own a Mac!