OK, so I'm out of the country right now and someone is offering to buy my 9 month old MacBook for slightly less than what I paid for it (I bought it new, not refurb). Now, I could easily use this money & buy a faster/better refurb MB with a one year warranty. In many ways, this is very appealing to me. (Essentially I'd be getting a refurbished MB with a "new" 1 year warranty AND it'll be a little faster). But... 1) I need to sell my MB within a week (before I leave). I can easily save my most current documents to a flash drive. But, will my time machine (sitting at home) save me from losing so much more? Well, I backed up my computer (with time machine) just before I left the USA. If I get a new MB, will everything (songs, 1Password information, Google Earth pins, Wi-Fi passwords, pre-loaded Apple software, Parallels w/ Windows XP installed, etc) all easily integrate (or fully restore) into my new MB? 2) Considering the above time-machine scenario, will my old iTunes PROGRAM be pulled from time machine OR will my new MB retain the "fresh" iTunes program that it was shipped with? Well, I think I'm having quirky experiences with my current iTunes... and I'd love for a new MB to solve this problem. I'm wondering if a "restore" will just bring back the old quirks? (I thought the problem was with my iPhone... but I've had this same syncing problem with 2 iPhones). 3) Is a 2.4 machine going to be noticeably faster than my 2.16 MB? Well, both would have 2GB memory. Thank you for any thoughts on the above. Like I said, I'm needing to make this decision very soon. So, any thoughts would be helpful. Thanks!!