Overview: After hearing so much about Santa Rosa, I am starting to wonder whether it would be wise in the future to get a new, Santa Rosa MacBook (Black), or a Current MacBook Pro Refurb (to purchase when the MBP's are updated). I won't be able to spend more than $1700. (I know it's a little early to decide between an existing product and something that isn't even confirmed to be released, but I want to be able to pounce on a MBP refurb -as soon as they are discounted-, if that's my best option.) Uses: I will mainly be using this computer for Video Editing, although Final Cut Studio (or Final Cut Pro by itself) may be too advanced for me. I have been looking at Final Cut Express on the MacBook and have heard that it runs perfectly, but only with 2 gigs of RAM. If I do go more advanced later on, I would like to have the option of Final Cut Studio. EDIT I'm not much of a hardcore gamer. Although it would be nice to have the option to play fairly graphic intensive games(I know, complete contradiction of adjectives) once in a while. Warranty: I want to keep this computer for at least three years. Is it worth it to get the extended warranty? I understand it is possible to buy the extended warranty anytime within the Manufacturer's Warranty. The extra hundred bucks I would have to fork over for the MBP would delay getting any Final Cut Software. Video is more of a hobby than anything right now, though, so a delay wouldn't hurt too much. Well, Anyway: This will be my first Mac and my first notebook. I have done my research, but I still can't decide. Will the Santa Rosa VRAM be enough for the MacBook to run Final Cut Studio? Is the current Macbook Pro just too good a computer to pass up? Any thoughts?