Hi guys, I am a switcher (I got my 12 inch Powerbook about a year or two ago and love it) and I need some advice concerning my setup. I currently have a 12-inch 1.5 ghz PB hooked up to a 23" cinema display. I love it. I'm going to be attending NYU in the fall and am wondering about how this set up is going to do. I really, really, REALLY love the tiny footprint of the 12" computer, but it's running pretty slow even though it's maxed out on RAM. I have the cinema, an external hard drive, speakers, and an iPod hooked up to it, as well as use lots of large programs such as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Flash, etc. (and often at the same time). I get the little beach ball a lot, even just when I'm switching between programs or opening a page on Safari. Unforunately, I'm afraid this is due to the low RAM (1.25 GB, maxed out) and the VRAM. While I am hesitant to sell my baby, as I've had it only a year, I'm thinking about getting a MacBook Pro. I don't know how much I can get for my computer (great condition and the upgraded RAM). I really can't spend more than extra $200-300 on the MacBook Pro as I am EXTREMELY tight on cash. Will the new processor, VRAM, and faster HD significantly help my problems? And is the 15" bulky? I will be taking the computer to class probably every day (and I'll be going to NYU, so lots of walking). My budget (IF I sell....the only problems with my PB is it slowing down often) would be the price I get for the PB + $50 Apple gift card + selling price of an 2GB Nano ($150?) + Selling price of a Dell Axim X50 + maybe $200 MAX. Also, does anyone have any suggestions for an efficient way to go between the laptop and hooking it up to all that stuff? Are the BookEnz docking parts any good? I will be probably hooking it up/unhooking it almost every day and it might get to be a pain. THANKS GUYS!!!