About a week or so ago, my mom ordered a MacBook Pro 15" off of Apple's website, and the cost came around to $2063 CAN. She also got the deal to recieve a free iPod Touch with the purchase of a MacBook, that we still need to send the rebate in before the end of the week (this might come into effect later). It shipped on June 3rd, and she received the computer this past Friday. We've had it for three days now, and we're still under the 10 day return policy. Then I saw the announcement of the new updated version today, with not only updated specs, but also for a cost less than what she paid! (We're looking at the lowest configuration of the 15", at $1699 US, $1999 CAN) We called customer survice about this. Thankfully we got the $150 difference back. However, we were told that, if we should send it back to get the new version of this MacBook, we'd have to pay a $211 restocking fee, as well as the cost of shipping it back (the shipping cost, we were already expecting). If so, the $150 we received back would go toward that. Now here are my questions. First off, if we do decide to send it back to replace it, would we have to send the free iPod Touch that came with it? Second, does the 10 day policy not come into effect at all here? I'm confused about that one. And lastly, would this new upgrade be worth forking over the difference we got back, plus 61 bucks and shipping fees? I do have to say, a longer battery, better screen, and larger RAM and GHz is good. Any advice is greatly apprechiated!