Hi everyone. I am contemplating purchasing a new MacBook Pro 15" with all the specs pretty much to the maximum (2.66GHz Intel Core i7, 8gb RAM, 256gb SSD, Hi-Res matte screen), but I am just wondering if it's a wise decision to get one now. I mean, these have been out since April, and I just don't want to get a super-expensive laptop (I mean, let's be real, it is quite expensive with those specs) that I want to last for years (hence the specs) if Apple will be out with a new one this Autumn. That already happened to me once when I got a black MacBook just 2 months before Unibody came out, I was very annoyed with myself for not being informed and too hasty. Anyone who bought a piece of hardware just before a refresh must know the feeling. I don't desperately need one, I have a 13" MBP, but that was bought because I didn't have money to get a 15" at the time, and I still regret it, because, no matter how much I love it, 13" is just not enough for my needs (virtualisation, HD video processing, occasional gaming etc.). I am aware of the buyer's guide, but that lists MBPs as "neutral" which means, well, nothing, and brings me back to the question. Should I get one now or should I wait?