Hi. I am currently saving up for a MacBook Pro and am hoping to buy it a little time after Christmas. I have a few questions though. 1. I've heard that Apple might release iLife '09 at MacWorld 2009... If I bought the MacBook around Christmas, would Apple do that thing like they do with OS X that if you bought the laptop in a specific time period, you get the upgrade for free? 2. When Snow Leopard gets released - presumably half way through 2009? - will the MacBook Pro run it fine? There won't be any new groundbreaking technology needed to run it well? Which leads me onto the next question... 3. Nehalem. I've seen that it's supposed to be a lot better than Intel's current processors. What's so different and better about it? Is it that much better than the processors in the current MacBook Pro? Say I bought the 2.4 GHz Pro this year, would I notice a big difference with a 2.4 GHz Nehalem? I don't Need the Pro right now (I will soon because I've only got 18 GB HD space left and I download lots), but would really like it now. So based on the fact that I don't need it right now to replace my 2.0 Core Duo MacBook, is Nehalem really worth the extra full year's wait? My current MacBook wouldn't be wasted as my mum would take it to replace my old and now her PowerBook G4. Thank you!!! P.S. On the off chance that I decided to buy the MacBook - not Pro -, and forgetting all these screen troubles, is the screen better than the plastic MacBook? And are the speakers better than the last gen.? They seemed a lot louder at the Apple Store. I would have checked about screen issues then but I didn't know about them!