I hate to start a new thread, but can't find anything that is as specific as I am going to get or gives enough clues, unless I am missing something. My wife is a professional artist, she does a variety of different mediums, and some VERY large sizes. As such, we use a camera (18mp dslr canon EOS 60D) to take pictures of this art work and upload it to her websites, as well for a tattoo flash book she is working on. As it stands, we are looking at getting a 2011 15" MBP. I am curious as to a couple specifics: 1. Is the graphics card in the 2.0 model powerful enough to handle CS5, specifically photoshop and indesign of large, raw, images? I am hoping for professionals with experience to chime in here, or those with first hand experience. I know it can get the job done, but is it smooth in scrolling, etc., especially with multiple images open? If the 256MB of VRAM isn't going to be enough, we will get the 2.2 model then, just hoping to save a couple hundred given the extra CPU isn't a huge deal given this work isn't a time is money thing, but smoothness of use does matter since that can make the difference between a smooth edit and layout processor and a headache. 2. I am thinking of doing the 128GB SSD for the OS and CS5, then an external HD for the raw images (or possibly opti-bay swap out). Sound like a good plan? Beyond that I am pretty much set, getting AG screen, 8GB after market RAM, etc. Thank You!