Hello everyone, I just wondered if you would spend some time to share your thoughts as I'm a bit stuck at the moment. Im at university soon to enter postgrad study (you can infer that means apple education pricing is available to me). I have a 2008 2.4Ghz Black 13" Macbook with 2gb RAM and a 250 GB hdd. I have been wondering whether it would be best to sell this macbook, which initial research has told me a mint condition one (As mine is) could fetch near £400 and buy a new 2.7 Ghz Macbook Pro with 128GB SSD. Or, save some money and upgrade this Macbook with a 128gb SSD, 4GB Ram and wait for Lion. What does everyone who knows considerably more about Macs than I do reckon? Shell out or shell less? Im not too bothered about Thunderbolt at the moment though a new Mac is always nice. This thing is approaching three years old now though so I am wondering whether its worth upgrading. Plus- something which has always irritated me, I dont know whether anyone else has had this, is a very stiff mouse clicker beneath the trackpad which has never loosened. After a long sesh with it my fingers feel RSI'd- so it would be good to see the back of that. One extra small consideration is that I DJ a fair bit with Serato and will end up putting Reason/Record and Logic on this laptop. Currently Logic stutters under anything more than basic recording and a few tracks of editing, but everything else works fine. I assume a new Macbook Pro would handle it all, though if this were upgraded with RAM and an SSD would this also not be the case? Cheers for reading!