Reading a neat little article on macdailynews.com this morning which had a review of the newMBP's, and it had an interesting little quote: "As you read, keep in mind that the machine I'm describing doesn't fit in the mainstream 15-inch PC notebook class, a strictly two-year service group typified by painted-on key legends, breakable tray-loading DVD drives, and slow integrated graphics. The MacBook Pro is a five-year machine, by design and by track record. If you choose to replace a 15-inch MacBook Pro in two years, you'll be able to sell it for most of what you paid for it," Yager reports. http://macdailynews.com/index.php/weblog/comments/21718/ After reading this, I thought of all the 'Should I sell my eight month old Macbook Pro to buy the newest model' threads on this forum. Do you agree or disagree with the reviewer's assessment?