Here we go... So I had a 2009 MBP that I loved, but felt like I wanted more speed when running certain programs and when I found out on the 24th the 2011 new MBP's were coming out, I was ecstatic. I immediately went and bought one on the 25th, and sold my 2009 which was a mistake. I noticed all of the issues that people have been posting about the 13" Pros, so I called Apple and told them and they agreed to just give me a replacement. I thought great! I went to the Apple store on the 27th of February and got my replacement. Still, the same issues (main ones for me were the noisiness and the backlit keyboards both never turned off) and I began reading that a lot of people were having issues, and I didn't want to keep going back to Apple and getting a replacement over and over. I started reading about how amazing the Air's were a while back, and just never considered it because I just always thought I'd have a 13" Pro. I tried to put up with the new MBP, but I just wasn't happy for the 3 days I had it. I constantly was looking at the Air, wishing I had my old 2009 one back or could give the Air a test. I splurged and thought, if I'm not happy now then I won't be in the long run. I bought a MBA 13" from MacMall and got it overnighted. I received it on Friday the 4th. Wow. Just wow. This thing is truly amazing. I love every single thing about it, and the only disadvantage to the Pro for me is the backlit keyboard. But then again, after my problems with the 13" I'm glad I'm not constantly wondering why it won't turn off in bright daylight. Other than that I am just extremely impressed and truly didn't think it could be this fast and efficient. Also, I've been on the forums for about an hour and a half now and my battery is still quoting me at 8 hours. Pretty freaking awesome. Well, I went and returned the replacement MBP yesterday to Apple, and I'm not looking back. To me, this thing runs circles around the other machine and I really couldn't be happier with it. I am truly GLAD the two 2011 MBP's had problems because I would have never thought of even buying a MBA had they not. Just another happy MBA user.