I decided I wanted to share with this forum as I have been a long time Air user and decided this week I will soon move over to a MBP 15. This is my second Air (Had a Rev A and now a Rev C 2.13). This not to say if anyone should buy one or not...but more of a real world experience for everyone to determine if the Air is what they want to purchase or move on from...so I thought I would share my thoughts as I read these forums to get others user experiences and help me digest if I should purchase as well as others frustrations. I love the weight and size of the Air and overall has been a good experience...but after some time of using the Air's I have grown tired of the fan rolling fast (right now its at 6204rpm's and only Firefox and my mail are open) heat (its a way of life with MacBooks), stuttering on video, battery life, slow downs or stalls, etc. I figure I will give it a break till the Air gets moved to a better chip and ability to run closer to other MacBooks without slowdowns or similar problems. I got a iPad which I see on the forums people asking if it is a replacement to the Air. In my opinion it is in no way a replacement for a MacBook Air, but a good light weight filler for surfing the net, apps and mail. I do like the iPad. I decided to move back to a MBP 15" i7 after my continued plan to run two computers went south due to ordering iMac i7's that have showed up with shattered screens, broken hinges, yellow screens, etc (6 units). I am not looking forward to carrying 5.6lbs but I need more then the Air can handle and would like to go back to one computer. So...I can tell this...I like the MacBook Air's and I would recommend them, but be aware that there is some limitations and I would wait to see where these units go and if they become a computer that can do it all.