I own an 11.6" Ultimate configuration MacBook Air 11.6" (1.6GHz/4GB/128GB) that I just had shipped from Apple and arrived on Monday. I purchased this MacBook Air after selling my old MacBook Pro 15.4" 2007-model on eBay. I really like the 11.6", but I decided that I would rather have a larger laptop for heavier tasks and more screen real estate. I had been considering buying a new MacBook Pro to fill this void for awhile, to complement my 11.6" Air and be available for the heavier stuff. Well, I have been reading such good reviews of the 13.3" MacBook Air here on the forums that I decided to get a 13" Air instead to complement my 11.6". I wanted to get the "Ultimate" config (2.13GHz/4GB/256GB Flash) but I was unsure if they would have them at my local retail store. I found a buyer on eBay that has 5 of them in stock, without tax, so I was going to buy from him and have it shipped if I could not get it at my local Apple Store. I walked into my local Apple store about 30 minutes ago, and sure enough they DID have the Ultimate 13" config in stock!! So I bought one!!! Took me less than 3 minutes from going in the store to walking out, it was QUICK. So now I have a 11.6" Ultimate and a 13.3" Ultimate and I am happy with my purchase. I am running the migration assistant right now over WiFi, and it is taking forever. I can't wait to use my 13.3" one this afternoon. I think I will be really happy with this purchase. My reasons for going for the 13.3" Air were: Faster processor Twice as much Flash space (as much as I would want on an MBP SSD) Same screen real estate as standard MacBook Pro SD card slot Small, lightweight, and easy to carry Very portable The 13" Air should be great to compliment the 11.6" when I want to use a larger screen, play games, or do Photoshop or Aperture. It is just the right size screen and packs a little extra horsepower over the 11.6" -- Also has more L2 cache. I decided on the 13" MacBook Air over a MacBook Pro because of portability mainly. It is smaller and uses Flash storage, it is a pretty good deal for the 256GB Flash you get, which should be a $600 drive my itself. That is enough space to hold just about anything you need, an entire iTunes collection or over 50 full length movies or more, which is great. I think I am really going to like this.