Hey all, after following the 2010 MBP update and thinking I was going to get a new 13" MBP, I finally thought to myself, "do I really need a new computer?". Surprisingly the answer came back as a resolute "No". I know many of you need the latest technology for what you do (or simply would just like to keep current with the times, which I totally get), but I've decided to see how long I can keep my early-gen 15" mbp working for my needs. I do software development for a living, mostly in Textmate (not a fan of heavy duty IDEs), so pretty much just an advanced text editor, as well as database work, managing servers remotely, surfing the internet, listening to music, working with photos, watching movies, the general kind of stuff. And while I'm not upgrading to a new MBP, its been 4 years since I've made an upgrade to this Macbook Pro so I'm looking for some suggestions of what I can do. It's a 2.16 Core Duo with 2gb ram and is running Snow Leopard. The battery doesn't last too long (maybe 1.5 hours), but its not that big of an issue for me. Mainly I'm just looking to see what today's technology can do for my trusty 15" . As of yesterday, I made my first major upgrade by putting in an OWC Mercury SSD (which has made an incredible difference). What else can I do? I'd like some more ram, but its my understanding that this model won't support more than 2GB, is that right? Any other suggestions? Thanks in advance for any assistance you can lend!