Here's the story - I waited until the event today to see if they would announce a new range of MBPs. As you know, they didn't. Annoyed, I went on eBay to try and find something cheap. I am new to Macbooks so I'm not after anything particularly fancy right now. Anyway, I find this Macbook for about £420 (about $680). It has the following specs: 2.0 GHz Intel Core Duo processor 1 GB RAM 80 GB hard-drive 13.3' screen Intel GMA X3100 graphics processor with 144MB of DDR2 SDRAM shared with main memory Preinstalled Mac OS X and "other bundled software". Here is the seller's description: "I bought this Macbook when I was at University and have used it for the internet only. I know that this is terrible as it has such potential but I don't have the time to learn to use a mac as I am used to microsoft. I am selling it to buy a laptop that I can use for my new job. I still have the original box and all the cd's etc that came with it and have a really red apple laptop case that I will include in the sale. It is in perfect working order and is scratch free as I have had it in the case the whole time. It looks brand new and will make someone who knows how to use mac's very happy." As far as buying Macs go, this is the cheapest one I've seen for a while. A few questions: Do you think it's a good price? Is it easy to install more RAM on a Macbook like this? Thanks for any input.