Hi all, I am considering buying the 2.4Ghz standard MacBook Pro model that I can get through my university for $1,999 with AppleCare and a whole suite of software (endnote, Microsoft Office, various engineering and science software) pre-installed. Obviously, this is a great deal that would otherwise cost me approx. $2.5k. I am now a freshman and this computer will need to last me through until graduation. That said, the 2.66 model is not an option for me (the university doesn't offer this model), but I want to future proof myself as best I can. My question is this: should I buy the MacBook Pro before WWDC or wait and see if the entry-level Pro receives a modest performance boost (more Mhz, support for 8GB of RAM)? I really want to make a smart purchase and I'd hate to dish out the $2k now and then have Apple update the model in a couple weeks (like they did with the 2.53 UMBPs!). The catch is that I am leaving the country for the entire summer and don't have a functioning laptop with me (the current MacBook I have has a busted screen and I'm using it with an external monitor). I'd like to have my MacBook Pro this summer. What are the chances of Apple doing any under-the-table upgrades to the 2.4Ghz model by the end of May? Please help me with this decision. Thank you.