Hi, I'm looking to upgrade to a new Macbook Pro for my senior year at college. I have a Core 2 Duo Blackbook that is in dire need of replacement because it's just not cutting it anymore. I have narrowed my decision down to two 15" computers: 1) A current 15" base model for 1700$ with education discount and 2) A February 2011 refurb with a high-res antiglare screen for 1679$ The specs on these two are very similar, except the current base model has USB 3.0 and the Intel HD 4000/Nvidia GF GT 650 combo, compared to that of the refurb without USB 3.0 and Intel HD 3000/Radeon HD 6750M, but which has the higher res antiglare screen. My main question is, realistically, will there be a notable difference between the 4000/Nvidia versus the 3000/Radeon? I'm a graphic designer and plan on doing more intense video editing. My basic use is to have usually no less than 7 apps running, with several of those being Adobe Suite apps. Will the 4000 combo offer noticeable performance increase over the other? The 1700$ would seem like a no brainer because its the newest model for roughly the same price with newer 3.0 USB tech (plus a 100$ giftcard for student purchase), but I really think the antiglare 1680 x 1050 resolution would be greatly appreciated. I dislike glossy screens and don't find them as accurate for color matching, which I need in design. So, is there notable difference between the graphics? I plan to have this computer for the next 4-6 years, and I know USB 3.0 will become standard, so which would you choose and why?