So i ordered one of the new macbooks and just found out it won't actually be in hands for another 2/3 weeks which is waay too long for me...i need a computer for work. I decided to find another computer as a temporary replacement. I went to the refurb store and decided to get the high end Air after all £720 had been shaved off the original price and there were no macbooks in sight only 17" MBPs, iMacs, Mac pros & XServes which don't work for me I dont really intend to keep the Air for long as i personally think its too underpowered to be a main machine but i admire its design and screen and it seems sufficient for a temp replacement till my MacBook arrives. I plan to sell it once the macbook arrives unless i'm completely wowed by it Anyway i heard about the core shutdown syndrome and wanted to find out if this issue still exists. i.e. am i gonna go through pain with this machine?. I'd like to be able to watch youtube videos and 720p videos occasionally (why not) but i'd mostly be using it to write up essays and surf the web So has Apple fixed the shutdown issue or am i still going to need CoolBook?. Also how hard is it to re-install the OS...seeing as i have only 64GB (Real world 58-ish) i would want to reinstall to get rid of languages and un-necessary printer drivers. Does the remote install work well or is it terribly slow. Ideally i'd like to use this machine without any extra peripherals Thanks for the replies in advance.