Bought a white NVIDIA MacBook. It's is almost perfect. Almost because the lid is crooked, the keyboard sucks really bad, and I opened up the computer and founds this white gel that looks like thermal paste [on everything from the HDD to the memory to under the battery]. This is the second computer like this and that's just silly. I know I need this second computer, but cannot justify upbuying to the unibody model instead. I don't need 40GB of more HDD (already have 250GB to use), don't care for DDR3 since this isn't my primary computer, and certain don't care for the overhyped unibody. I know the display may be better, and I know the keyboard is better. I use Firewire devices and drives, so I don't know how I'm going to get over losing that. I like the glass trackpad, but nothing to be jolly over; however I do get the added bonus that I can share adapters and use the curent display of my other computer. The issue is needing help justifying it, not a matter of cost. Whether or not I can afford it is irrelevent--only whether you think upbuying is justifyable to alleviate these issues; ones that shouldn't present in the first place. However this isn't a "buy because you can afford" scenario, as if such were the case, I wouldn't be asking for help. I also don't want alternatives like netbooks (tried that already). So what are your thoughts on the this. I put the return in the poll but please explain that choice if you choose it; comments are appreciated.