I'm deciding on whether to return my 15 inch 2.0ghz i7 for the 2.2ghz. I did a lot of research, and it seems that the higher end model is significantly faster, and the graphics card is higher end. I ended up paying $1.9k - $100 rebate, so $1.8k for the baseline 15 inch with my student rebate. However on Amazon, they have the high end 15 inch for $2060, with no tax, but they do not have any student specials. Of course buying from Apple gave me a $100 discount, but with 8.75% tax where I live, that cost me more than I saved. I did get a free printer after rebate, but I really don't need an extra printer, and printers aren't something that is easy to sell. I know Apple usually has a back to school special where a free iPod Touch is given out (a $100) value, but then again I haven't heard anything about that yet, but judging by past events, I'm sure it'll be announced soon. So now I'm thinking of just spending $200 more than I originally did and buy the high end 15 inch Macbook Pro, as the specification difference between the higher and lower end is significant, and would be more "future proof". I was just thinking what you guys thought. Maybe the $200 extra isn't worth the extra processor and extra graphics performance. I would love to hear some input from the MacRumor community.