I've decided to buy a Macbook Pro for school this coming fall. I was originally planning on buying the low-end model, with the impression that it would run games (World of Warcraft, BF2, HL2, etc.) through Boot Camp/XP fairly well, in addition to some minor Photoshop/Premiere work. I don't necessarily need a school laptop with game capability, but it'd mean less transporting my bulky gaming box and monitor from home to dorm and back. Earlier today, my brother (who works at an Apple store) called to let me know he'd let me use his 25% discount on a Macbook. My first thought was, "Great, now I can buy the high-end 15" with the better video card and ram!" After thinking about it, though, I'm not too sure if I'd want to get the better machine, or take my original choice at a lower price. Do the extra .16GHz, RAM (video card and system), and 20GB storage warrant the extra $375? Would it be a viable desktop replacement for a couple years (with RAM upgrades)? Thanks.