Hi, I'm getting a new macbook pro (most likely 13") and am trying to figure out whether to spend extra cash on a faster processor and more memory OR the solid state drive. Upgrading to the 2.53 GHz processor and 4gigs of RAM adds an extra $300, while getting the smaller (128GB) solid state drive is $400. Which will result in better day-to-day performance? Does the solid state drive last much longer, or is just less likely to fail? My computing needs are not very intense. Mainly browsing, word processing and video watching -- with occasional audio editing and DJing. I had an older, pre-unibody MBP until recently, and that suited my needs just fine. Thanks for your help!