Im a switcher that has just pulled the trigger on his first Mac, but in my haste I may have made a goof. I was pretty set on buying one of the newly revised MacBooks, but I the just jumped on a Refurb MacBook Pro 15 2.0 GHz Core Duo (512mb, 80gb, P/N: FA600LL/A) for $1,349 (Still up for those interested: http://store.apple.com/1-800-MY-APP...201&cjid=10480985-552179-305200-2-0-ARTICLE-0) I know the good deals can go quickly in the Apple Refurb store so I immediately jumped on what I thought was a screaming deal the previous revision of the MBP (the latest revision prior to last Tuesday). Ooops. Stupid me. Turns out I just purchased last years Core Duo model and not one of the more recent Core Duo 2s. I also believe that this version does not have the wireless-n and only single layer DVD burning SuperDrive. I have no problem with the 512mb as I will be immediately changing the ram to 2GB sticks, but do I understand correctly that this revision only allows for a max of 2GB ram (as opposed the last revision at 3gb and the current at 4gb)? I also remember seeing a lot of complaints about problems with the initial Core Duo MacBooks. Did this also apply to the MBPs? Current Score: Diligent Research -1, Thoughtful Purchase Planning -1, Idiot with Too Much Coffee in his System - ZERO So what is the verdict? I know Im an idiot but is this still a decent deal? Or do I need to try and cancel my order (if that is even possible) and replace it with the new MacBook I originally speced out? This machine is planed to be a desktop replacement and my primary PC for a good while with general office, heavy photo editing, graphics and light video editing. Thoughts?