Ooh, I'm really excited because I've just won a MacBook off of eBay. Financially it probably wasn't the wisest idea but it was such a good deal that I couldn't resist. Its the 1.83Ghz 512MB White Model but it doesn't include a hard drive. I'm wondering what to get for it. My choices are: 120GB 5400rpm - £52.66 delivered 100GB 5400rpm - £48.08 delivered 80GB 7200rpm - £60.90 delivered 80GB 5400rpm - £40.54 delivered Ok, so I'm pretty sure I've narrowed it down to the ones in bold, either the 120GB 5400rpm or the 80GB 7200rpm drive and if anything, I'm leaning towards the larger drive because its cheaper but has 50% more storage space than the 7.2k drive. All of these are Seagates because I'd rather go with them than anyone else. Now, secondly, its only got 512MB RAM, which is no way near good enough for an Intel machine these days. My choices are: 1GB (2x512MB) for £28.19 2GB (2x1GB) for £58.74 I'm leaning towards the 2GB though. I'm not decided whether I'll keep this machine for myself, replacing my iBook, or whether I'll give it to the girlfriend to replace her iBook, selling mine and taking hers for mine. If it goes to her (which in all honesty is the most likely of situations unless she doesn't want it because of the size) then it'll be her only computer. Her current 'Book is a 1.2Ghz G4 with a 5400k 100GB drive in. If I end up keeping it then it would be my second machine, accompanying my Mac Pro. Any thoughts? Suggestions? Better prices for RAM and HDs?