Hello! I am living in the UK. I was planning to get a macbook from the apple UK store but then this whole £$ thing happened and now I could buy a southern state with my pocket money. Anyway I was thinking very seriously about buying a macbook pro (I'm a keen video-editer etc. and looking for some more serious-ish hardware) from the apple US store. Maybe I'm too naive to no if that's considered as very immoral but I am going to be spending a good £1000+ and in all honesty I'd like to get as much value for money as possible. So I have a few questions for any braniacks (and maybe they could tell me how to spell brainiack) if they could give me a few minutes: 1. Any chance I can use the same pay-per-month schemes from the US store that are in the UK-store (note: I probably won't do this anyway as the possibility of the exchange rate changing over the next two years means I could end up paying a lot more than I intend to). 2. What will the major differences be between a macbook pro from the USA and the UK? I know that the keyboard will be slightly different, but what about the DVD player? Will I be able to change the region? 3. I've heard the warrenty for macbooks is world-wide so I'm safe there, but if someone could confirm that that'd be great. 4. I don't think it's illegal but please someone shout at me if I'm wrong. 5. Can I use UK software on it? 6. Will this p!ss Apple off? 7. Will I DEFINITELY be charged extra for importing something from America? Will this be a huge amount? 8. Lastly, could someone just properly outline for me if it's really worth going to any real trouble to get a macbook instead of a macbook pro, and in any case, should I just stick with my store and get a macbook from the UK? Thank you all, I appreciate any responces. Thanks!