So I today I found out I would get a free laptop from my college, a Macbook Pro! A brand new one with fully updated applications such as Adobe CS5 (I go to a ridiculously expensive art college). Unfortunately, I already have a Macbook Pro. I worked and saved up for two years to afford it, and it's probably the first thing that I was able to purchase by earning everything myself. It's literally the most important thing I own. Although I'm really really attached to it, I think I'm being selfish and I'm wondering if I should sell it for a thousand on eBay. I should also mention that the Macbook Pro I get from my college is rented. I must return it after four years, which is the only reason I'm not selling it immediately. However, I'm not sure if this fact will eventually change. The Class of 2009 actually got to keep their Macbook Pros after they graduated, but this was the first time this had ever happened in the last four years. There are several technical differences from my personal Macbook Pro and my college's rented one as well. Overall, my personal one is better. My Macbook Pro: 15.4 inch, 2.66 GHz, 320 GB, 3-year Applecare, 14-months Old College Macbook Pro: 13.3 inch, 2.4 GHz, 250 GB, 1-year Applecare, New Same software. Same spects such as the graphics card, battery, and whatnot. There's also the option of just using my second Macbook Pro as another monitor, because I am using it for art programs such as Photoshop, but I find this idea rather ridiculous. I'm not desperately poor, but I need money as much as the average college student. I don't need to show off with two bloody Macbook Pros on my desk. And the most obvious option, the option of asking for my money back for the rented laptop, is unavailable. An anonymous donor actually gives my school around 2000 brand new fully updated Macbook Pros each year to pass out to freshmen.