The usual song and dance, I took a one-time shot on a rMBP that arrived today with an LG screen that I refuse to keep, so I'm moving on to Plan B with the purchase of a cMBP. I'm torn in which direction to take with the configuration, however. One way or the other, I'd like to have an SSD in the computer. With my EDU discount, the cost to pre-configure it with a 256GB drive (2.6/8/256) is around $2,550, while buying a standard 2.6/8/750, adding an aftermarket SSD, and paying an Apple service center an hourly rate to clone the drive would run around $2,400. There's also the consideration of buying a 2.6/8/750 refurb and doing the same, which would save another hundred or two. In your opinion, is the Apple tax for the SSD worth having the system ready to run out of the box, the hard drive warrantied, and not having to bother with storing the original drive should you need it? I've got enough PC building experience that I could probably do the swap, but it's a business computer that I prefer to just keep my hands out of. That Apple tax is hard to swallow though. Thoughts?