I've been a Mac user for almost seven years ever since getting my first 12" iBook in January 2003. (Followed by a 15" Titanium PowerBook, 15" Aluminum Powerbook, 15" MacBook Pro, and currently a 13" Macbook Pro. Yea, I'm a bit of an upgrade whore.) When I first met the woman that would eventually become my wife she was the typical "Macs suck, PC's rule" type person. About nine months after we met I convinced her to switch and we got her a Mac Mini. This was replaced later several years later with a white MacBook which she had been happily using since February 2008. Fast forward to recently. After WWDC a few weeks ago and then seeing one in person at the Apple Store I sold my late-2006 revision 15" MacBook Pro for $1000 to a guy on Craigslist and upgraded to a new 13" MacBook Pro. (The entry level 2.26Ghz model.) Between the money I got for my old one and the education discount I get for being a high school teacher it barely cost me anything to upgrade. (And the free iPod Touch that I'm selling for a little extra money helped too.) I had a bit of a reservation about going to a smaller screen but after a week of using it I absolutely love it. The screen is by far one of the brightest, sharpest displays I've ever seen. (The glare issue isn't anywhere near as bad as some people say it is. At least IMHO.) And the laptop itself is fast and perfectly suits my needs. I upgraded it to 4GB of memory and sometime soon will be getting a 320GB Western Digital Scorpio Blue drive to replace the current 160GB'er. My wife was a bit skeptical of me going to the 13" but after playing with it herself decided she wanted one too. So I put her MacBook up on Craigslist, found a buyer for $750, and last night we went to the Apple Store and got her a new 13" MacBook Pro identical to mine. (And another iPod Touch because my wife gets the education discount too for being university staff.) The only difference between the two notebooks being that the stock configuration will work for her and won't need upgrading. So now we have twins: Anybody else have spousal/significant other technology envy? Anybody else have twins like us?