Hey guys, I will be purchasing a new 2.4GHz 15" Macbook Pro next month and am currently looking at my options for my memory upgrade. First off, getting from Apple. I won't even go there unless I become a rich, spoilt idiot overnight. 2. Kingston HyperX, 2x 4GB at 1600MHz. I understand only the higher-specced 15" is compatible with 1600 whereas the base model only handles 1333, but both come standard with 1333? This is priced at NZ$159 (NZ$1 = US0.80 approx). Lifetime warranty. 3. Crucial (somethingmajigggggggy), 2x 4GB at 1333MHz. I understand they definitely have a better brand reputation, but warranty is only three years (and anyone who knows me will know I keep my stuff for a looooooong time). This is priced at NZ$219. What to do? Also, I'm planning on running an Optibay and have more or less given myself two options: 1. Apple's 128GB SSD + a 500 or 750GB WD Black (or similar 7200rpm drive) 2. Intel 310 120GB SSD + Apple's 750GB 7200rpm drive (quite a lot more expensive) Advice appreciated! Last but not least - what are the advantages of the in-flight magsafe adapter? I currently power my Whitebook straight off an American-style two-pin adaptor mounted in the armrest of a large majority of planes I frequently travel on (which for some reason, almost always B777-300). I guess there's no point if what I'm doing right now serves the job? Thanks!