Apologies if this is supposed to go somewhere else/doesn't deserve a thread of its own. So I'm going to university in September and wanted to get a Macbook before then. Due to circumstances, a classic MBP seems like the best option because 1) I'll likely be watching many DVDs so would prefer to have a built in optical drive 2) the university is currently giving all accommodation blocks wifi, but may not have finished by mid-sept when I'll arrive. Therefore in the meantime, it'll be necessary for me to use an ethernet port. Obviously accessories to sort this problem if I end up with an Air or Retina model are available, but more inconvenient. Storage, as well, seems to be better on the classic model, with 500GB v. 128GB on the entry-level models that I would be looking at. But, seeing as the cMBP looks like it's on its way to being discontinued, or possible already is, is getting one a good idea? I'm somewhat worried that its support of new OS' and their features in future years may be patchy - or is this more of an issue for iOS products, and not a problem for computers? Ideally I'd be looking to purchase in the next month or two - that way, I'll be able to take advantage of the Back To School offer, provided there is one (hey, free stuff!), and by then I'll possibly have a better idea of the status of the cMBP if there's been some sort of announcement of new Mac products.