I didn't see a mention of a restocking fee at apple.com. I did see that anything bought between now and up until December has up until some day in January to return. So my question is, is there a restocking fee at apple stores? I figured that I can get an 11inch and if it's blinding me, or whatever else that might be unsatisfactory a week or so from now, then I will get the MBP instead. I notice that this air came out in June/July, which most likely means a newer version would come out the same time in 2012, if I decide to sell it for the newer one how much do you get resale wise? I'm opting for the 4gb, 128 with $50 student discount. I have been hanging in the air section more as oppose to the pro section, and its a plus and minus because it seems like theres always an additional problem that pops up, lol. So in short, which comp is sturdier, the pro or the air? I mean common sense would assume the pro because its bigger, however I would rather not go in the pro section to read more threads. Im more focused on physical stuff, casing, battery life, screen (although I found getting a cloth as a solution to the screen denting problem.) Regarding education discount, I will be returning in January but have not reapplied to return to school for spring. I will be doing that soon, however my school ID still works, I can get into my portal, etc ( I was enrolled last in 09.) What do I need to do to get the discount in the store. I went online, and all I noticed was I needed to enter my school, which I did, and that was that. I didn't see any additional information. I'm like "huh?" I'm sure they need some type of proof. So I'd like to know if I could still get the discount in store/online, and what do I need? Are there better dvd drives that are better than Apples drive for the air? The last time I used a cd was a two months ago to see what it was, but usually I don't use it, unless on a rare occasion I bring my comp with me to a family get together etc. I briefly scanned some on Amazon for 30 plus dollars? Are they all basically the same? Thanks a bunch. You guys have answered many questions that help a person who might not get a good answer via google. Macforums rocks.