hi all, I'm planning on getting a Macbook for college not this sem., but the next one. My main question is should I get one now and enjoy it, or should I wait 'til say, Dec. or Jan. for the price drop (if there is any) or the hardware upgrade. Since this will be my first mac, I don't really know a whole lot about it, especially about Mac's price change/update. Does apple/other store usually have a "sale" during the holiday season/thanksgiving? And if so would that beat the "educational discount" that I could get as a student? I also have a couple hardware/software question. I have read alot good things about Macbook, such as its sleek style, nice performance, long battery life (4 hours+ right?) and everything just seems amazing. But can you guys give me one/more big draw back of Macbook comparing to other notebooks? Being a poor student who will probably gave up food for this Mac, I probably won't get any fancier upgrade and stick with the basic 1000$ ish white model. But I will most likely sacrifice another week of breakfast for that 90 dollar 1gig ram upgrade (all of these price is of course based on the current model and pricing. But the price wouldn't change alot 3 month later right?). Besides the daily usage like Windows (which I will probably use exclusively at first at least, 'til I learn OSX) Office, web-browsing, a big thing that I want to do with this notebook is World of Warcraft (gasp). So my question is will I get say, 15-20 bearable in-game fps from this 1gig ram, 1.83ghz dual-core, and intel950 (ouch, only 64 vram right?) machine on the absolute minimal setting? Of course, I won't change my mind even if I couldn't play WoW on it (I'm probably better off without WoW anyway ), even through there are 1000$ PC notebooks that could handle WoW nicely One last thing, could the possible hardware update in the up comming months enable MacBook to run Vista.? Well, I'm probably dreaming too much for this 1000$ model... I'd appreciate any comment/advice, thanks a lot guys.