Hi. I'm thinking of getting a mbp sometime after Jan 08. I will mostly use it for simple things BUT sometimes I will do a little video editing and a little casual Windows-side gaming. First question is, how irritating is the 15" display when editing? At the moment I work on a 20" iMac and I am comfortable working with that display size. I will continue to do most of the editing on the iMac but there will probably come a point where the g5 iMac no longer runs apps or runs them fast enough and I will end up doing more work on the mbp. Is 15" usable or not really? Obviously is a matter of personal opinion but I'd be interested if anyone has strong thoughts. Second, I notice in the benchmarky things that the 15" mbp is often (slightly) outperformed by the 17". I thought they had the same hardware - what's the technical reason for the small differences in performance? Third, for the first time I'm going to buy non-Apple RAM. Is there any way to buy the mbp from Apple so I don't have to throw away memory when upgrading to the full 4 GB? Ie. is there a buy with one memory slot only filled option? Fourth, internal hd, 5400 or 7200 rpm hd? I'm trying to shave as much cost as possible, but there are sites like this http://barefeats.com/5472.html which suggest that a 7200 rpm drive is worthwhile for video work. Does anyone have personal experience? Do you think 5400 v 7200 rpm has any impact at all on day to day use of the OS? Lastly, re reliability. Apple first-time products are getting a reputation for being a bit risky and a lot of people say "wait for the revision" and so on. When (I'm presuming when) the penryn MBP arrives in 08, is this (likely to be) a major change to the hardware ie. does the MBP become a "Rev A"/Risky product at that point? Or is it (likely to be) more in the way of an upgrade and hence lower risk? I know there's an absence of facts but one of the reasons I have liked Apple in the past has been reliability and I'm scared about getting a problem machine... Any thoughts welcome, especially from mbp users who do do video/windows gaming! Thanks.