Yes, I have couple of questions about the new MBA. 1. I will get 8GB RAM and I will get the i5 1.8 ghz. 2. What I don't know is whether 128GB will be enough for my use. All my photos will be on the external as I currently have about 300GB of them and will keep on growing, like mould on bread. Music is about 30GB which will also be on the internal. What else? Ah, films. I watch and I delete them and they will be on external as well. So, the only thing that will be on the machine, from what I can think of are apps and documents. Apps will include PS CS6, Photomechanic, and all that. I just checked and it's around 8GB. I don't plan to expand this that much unless someone come up with something very useful, but very big. I also want to know is it worth it to get 32GB or 64GB SD card that will permanently live in the MBA. That will at least house all my music collection... 3. Price. I live in Germany and I don't really think 300 EUR for the upgrade from 128GB to 256GB is worth it. The problem is that if I want to upgrade to a 256GB later on, well, it's pretty much impossible. Is it worth it, considering the way I will be using my MBA? 4. USB 3.0. I've already read horror stories on how it doesn't work with Lexar's USB 3.0 CF SD reader. It also doesn't work with i1 display pro. I'm really concerned about this as a fast USB 3.0 CF reader is a must for me. 5. Finally a good backup solution. Here's what I'm thinking. A. I go on a shoot B. Dump all the images on the MBA. C. Come home and copy the images to the portable 1TB external drive. I'm thinking WD Passport. D. Super Duper the WD Passport to my external 2TB drive. E. I'm contemplating doing cloud backup as well, but hey, I'll always have 2 copies of all the image and I think that's enough as long as my house doesn't burn down. I don't play games, I won't be doing video editing, and I sure as hell am not considering a MBP. They are way too big. I'm typing on one now and I'm drooling over something thinner and lighter. That's about it. Please do let me know if you think there's a better way to my madness.