I am a graduating senior attending law school, starting in May. I would really like to get a MacBook Air for law school, but the school says they don't support Macs -- no mention even of bootcamp. "Please note that Macintosh computers are not compatible with the **** network or ExamSoft; therefore, **** does not provide support for Macintosh computers." That is from their computing website, they don't support 64-bit OS either. I currently have a four year-old HP Pavilion zv5000 that I had cto -- it is a dinosaur, Pentium 4 2.8GHZ, 512 Ram, 40GB HDD. I really want to switch over, but if the school isn't going to work with me, I am kind of stuck -- of course, they partner with Dell, which I do not really like. My other options are a new HP Pavilion, or a ThinkPad. The MacBook Air would be substantially more expensive, but it would be worth it as I don't need an optical drive, and will be carrying it everywhere (plugged in 90% of the time) and just doing online research and writing. Any options? If the MBA looks like a complete no-go, preference between HP/IBM, or maybe another really light laptop like the MBA? THANKS!