Okay... I have a 15" MBP 3,1 2.2ghz 2gb ram right now. About 4 years old. I have 6GB ram and an SSD on the way for it. I'm thinking of just selling it and buying a 13' MBA with 4GB ram. I can either install the ssd/ram into MBP and then sell, return them and sell it as is, or just install the 6GB ram (only cost me $100) and try to get another $100 for the deal.... I think I'd lose to much $$$ with the SSD... not gonna get what it's worth. The MBP is getting older now, and I love the MBA's.... just afraid if it's a step backwards or not? I do web design work (nothing visually intensive) and a LOT of just web browser/text editing stuff... so I don't need a hoss. It'd be my main computer until next where when I add the iMac. Anyways, keep the MBP I have, and add the updates I bought? Or sell it off (with 2GB or 6GB), return the SSD, and buy a MBA? Thoughts? Discuss! <3 Is going from a 2.2GHz C2D down to a 1.86GHz to big of a step backwards? Plus my new SSD is better than the MBA's SSD... the issue I'm having is my machine CAN'T last that much longer.. it's 4 years old as is, and still running the 8600m GT GPU.