I know that its an amazing deal. I was stumbling around my local craigslist and spotted a Macbook Pro 2.16Ghz for $640. I assumed they left off the 1, since I see that a lot on there. Nope, he typed $640 again in the listing. Specs: 120GB HDD 2.16 Core 2 Duo 2GB RAM Leopard Matte Basically, its the base model of that generation with Leopard installed. It also has a battery purchased last month and a new charger. He lists the condition as "excellent - hardly any scratches at all" and says that it "works perfectly, never had any problems". There is only one picture that more or less focuses on the "top case" with the palm rests and keyboard. No imperfections there but Craigslist has small images anyway. I've already sent him an email about it offering $640 in about two weeks. There was another listing for the same spec of MBP for $650 around a week earlier and I think its the same person. The area code of that phone number (which is missing the last digit *sigh*) is not that local...~500 miles away. So, should I act on this? I have had plans to get a Montevina MBP with the free Touch and a 160GB classic. My current idea is to use this until Montevina is announced and ebay it for $1000-1200 (that's about what it should be selling for isn't it?), using that to pay for part of the new one. I'm not going to link to the listing in the event someone else would snatch it.