I was looking at the MBA 1.8Ghz, 64GB SSD (I've had this laptop it Vista on it for 3 years and haven't used over 50GB). My question, would an SSD with the Intel IGPU be better than the 5,400RPM and nVidia IGPU on the MacBook? I don't game at all, no Youtube videos but occasionally I'll watch Hulu, 420p. My life consists of homework and online browsing. But I would like to be able to hook up my monitor, either my 20" or 21.5" with 1080p. To give you an idea, my current laptop has: 1.6Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo Intel 945 IGPU 2.00 RAM That's pretty much my only computer that I use and can handle everything decently (although on either monitor I get lines and repeated flashing that hurts my eyes. No, makes them bleed). So I'm assuming that the MBA would as well. I don't travel a lot and my only movement consists of going up and down the stairs. I would appreciate at least a 2 hour battery, as this laptop gets about 30 minutes of battery life. If I do run into issues with the MBA within the first few days, would Apple allow me to, instead of getting a replacement MBA, get a refurbed MacBook ($1,099) with a $200 Apple gift card? Or, at least allow me to get a new MacBook instead? Thank you.