Ok, so I just inherited a seldom used 13" MacBook Pro. It has a cycle count of 20. Unfortunately, it was purchased on January 30th. It has 2+ years of Apple Care left. Unfortunately, its a base model. 2.26ghz, 2gig RAM, 160gb 5400 HD. But it's in amazing condition. I figure I can sell it on eBay for 800. What's a better option. Getting a new one (applying the money from the sale) with 2.66ghz, 4gig RAM, and a larger HD or upgrading the current to a SSD and 4GB RAM. Essentially, will the solid state be a better performance booster than the increase in processor speed? It will save me the hassle of selling the current laptop (eBay is annoying). Plus, I can do the upgrades myself. Any input will be helpful. Thanks!