So my refurbished SR MacBook which arrived on Feb. 1 had a faulty internal mic as well as some other issues which gave me the opportunity to talk Apple into sending me a replacement, bypassing the potentially long repair process. I started to think about how I have heard far fewer issues with MBPs, so I called Apple back, and in a moment of weakness, arranged for a refurbished MBP as my replacement instead, paying the difference. Apparently the MBP is being overnighted to me, and although I sort of know what I should do, I also know that I want to just open it up and enjoy. What I would like to do, ideally, is to buy a SR MacBook Pro for $1,499. The MBP I'm getting was $1,699. I'm actually not too worried about the imminent new MBPs, except for that fact that for an extra $100, I could theoretically be getting a redesigned MBP around, say, the 26th with a student discount. I would rather save the money on the refurbished current model, so there's a chance that if the current model refurbs are reduced in price immediately after the release of the new MBPs, I could get a rebate for the difference since the price drop would occur within 14 days after I received the MBP. Should I open the MBP and hope for a quick price drop (by the 27th, if I receive it today, the 13th), keep it in the package and wait to return it once the Apple event takes place, or just send it back expecting either to buy a brand new MBP when released/a price drop on the current refurbs sometime after the new ones come out? Does anyone know how long it would actually take for the refurb prices to come down after the new Pros are released?