So, because of the icon vulerability on Windows, I'm not willing to go online with my systems-stuck on my iPod right now. (And before you say anything, Microsof is in third behind Oracle and Apple for vulnerabilities, so this is hardly a Microsoft only issue). Point is though, I've been toying with using this as an excuse to buy another Mac...or possibly iPad, nut I can't decide what. The 13" is handy as it costs less, and is easier to haul around if I'm also keeping my Asus with me-quite possibly won't switch over entirely to OS X. It's bad though because of the smaller screen, and the hardware's the same or worse than my current notebook-and what's the fun in that? I guess if I'm going 15", I'd do the most expensive config so I have better compatibitu and performance with Windows games (assuming Nvidia's reference drivers even install because of the non-standard graphics switching-anyone know?) Actually, if I can't install Nvidia's reference drivers, then maybe I don't need the high end model anyway, since I'd be getting it mostly for Windows. Does anyone know for sure? Maybe the cheapest 15" or cheapest 13" *is* the way to go for me, if I'm not really able to use Windows the way I'd need anyway. If I can use Nvidia's drivers on Windows, then the 17" is also tempting. Right now at work I use an external sceen, but for home, and if I ever was stuck without my external monitor, then I'd really want as large as possible. Basically the 17" is the same price for me-lose 133mhz and 1MB cache, gain 2"...fair enough. But I'm not sure it'll fit in my current bag-it's 2" longer than my current notebook. Worse, I'm not sure it'll fit at the same time as a mouse on my little stand at home... So maybe 15" is more practical for me'. (I couldn't care less about weight or size besides those issues-it could weigh 15lbs for all I care. ) Also, I like that the 17" has a matte screen option, but dislike that it has a silver border. Okay, that's shallow, and I'm all for function over looks, but still, the black looks so much better in pictures lol Oh, and if you buy the system on Amazon, how do you activate/buy Apple Care? How hard is replacing the hard drive? The angled screws sinus tricky? Can you use the larger 85 watt PSU on the 13" model? Does the video output support HDCP for Blu Rays under Windows? Assuming you can even get nvidia's drivers installed to begin with... Thoughts?