So I'm in the market for a new laptop. My HP Pavilion from 4 years ago is constantly BSOD-ing, (the digital equivalent of giving someone "the bird") and when its not, its just flat-out turning off whenever it feels like it (the digital equivalent of momentarily dying and going to computer hell.) So it's basically begging me to use it as either a doorstop or a discus. I'm totally ready to purchase my first Mac. (Yay!) Macbook Pro, here I come. Alas, I am tragically torn between the 13" and the 15". I really really really want the 13", just because its tiny and adorable. (And more affordable!) However, my computing demands go far beyond web browsing and word processing. I'm buying this "for college", which means I'll be playing lots of World of Warcaft. In all seriousness, I'm a film major, so that tells me to go with the high-end 15", for the processor and all that. I need at least 2.66 GHz to run Final Cut Pro, however, I don't have an extra $1200 lying around for the software, so I'm just going to use FC Express for the time being. But who knows if my school will hook me up with the software? (And who knows if I'll ever graduate?) Should I get the 15" just to keep that option open? Half of me feels like by the time I would get a hold of FCP, it would be time for a new computer anyways. My frugal and modest side says to go with the 13". My ambitious and decadent side says to spring for the 15". Sadly, it all comes down to dollar amount. High end 13" = $1500. High end 15" = $2000. So the question is... Should I indulge in a 15"? Is it worth the extra cash and the extra bulk? Its like I just want someone to make the decision for me! *turns off brain* I'm going into the Mac store in Orlando this week, tell me what I should do!