Hello everyone, I just bought a macbook air entry level: 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD on a Black Friday sale. I was very impressed by the extremely light weight and incredible battery life, a significant factor as I often like to work at cafes. I am starting to second guess my decision, however. I am coming from a 2008 macbook with a 1 TB hard drive. I have a large music collection, well over 200 GB's and have filled up well over 600 GB's on this drive. My main concerns about my 2008 macbook are that 1. it lags tremendously if I have say, more than five or six tabs open, and the computer bogs down almost completely the more tabs I open. 2. every time I play a youtube clip in HD, and sometimes in 480p, the fan/s kick up. I have gotten used to this, but it's far from ideal. 3. my original battery no longer works, and the replacement/s I've bought only lasts for about a year or so, only giving about one hour of use or a bit more. I have 6 GB's of RAM and a new battery on order, so I'm hoping that addresses some of the issues. However, from what I can tell, the macbook air operates silently with hd videos, and of course, offers vastly superior battery life. I am just wondering if I can deal with 128 GB of storage. I can add 256 GB of storage via jetdrive, and perhaps the price will come down enough in a couple of years so that I can buy a 512, but even 384 seems pretty paltry compared to the 1 TB of storage I currently have. My budget is approx. $1K, so it would be difficult to move up to a higher storage SSD configuration.