Dear Members, The options for the display on the new MacBookPro 15 inch are: - MacBook Pro 15-inch Glossy Widescreen Display - MacBook Pro 15-inch Hi-Res Glossy Widescreen Display - MacBook Pro 15-inch Hi-Res Antiglare Widescreen Display But I want the *only* other option that is unfortunately *not listed*: Antiglare at normal resolution. But this is not possible. What now? 1) buy the hi-res antiglare display, and manually set the resolution to a lower one (via the OSX Preferences)? (The trouble with the higher resolution is that text becomes too small. DO YOU AGREE?) 2) buy the standard glossy display at normal resolution and attach some kind of antiglare film. (For example: antiglare film from Power Support) I would prefer option 1), but only if the sharpness/quality of the display after manually setting it to (via the OSX Preferences) a lower resolution is still acceptable. Option 2) has several drawbacks. First of all, I do not want the higher contrast and too vivid (non-true) colors of the glossy screen (photo-editing), secondly, the anti-glare film decreases the overal quality of the output, and it is very hard to attach perfectly. So is option 1) desirable if indeed manually decreasing the resolution is acceptable. Or other suggestions? Thanks.