Hi everyone! I need your advice. I currently have a white MacBook (mid-2010 model), with Intel Core 2 Duo processor - 2.4 GHz - 8 GB RAM: I use it for work, fun, but also video editing in Final Cut Pro X, which does the job, but lately, my videos are becoming too big to render without the computer crashing. My video edits are mostly 10-minute videos in full HD (rendering files up to 1 GB), so it's more than just leisure, but not real pro/4K stuff. So now I'm looking for a replacement. My budget isn't high enough for the MacBook Pros, and considering I've been able to do my thing for 7 years on a 'normal' MacBook, I think I can live with a MacBook Air. It's better than the normal MacBooks nowadays. So my question is: which MacBook Air will replace this and improve the performance? OPTION 1: MacBook Air i5 - 1.6 GHz with 256 GB of storage and 8 GB RAM OPTION 2: MacBook Air i7 - 2.2 GHz with 128 GB* of storage and 8 GB RAM *I know 128 GB sounds low, but I think I can survive on it, as I use iCloud Drive a lot and always offload non-used video files. I just discovered that the benchmark test on the MacBook Air i5 1.6 GHz is DOUBLE than what I have now. The i7 is 15 % more than the i5. So I guess the dilemma is now: Will I go for the i5 with 256 GB of storage, or the i7 with 128 GB of storage? Can I base myself on these benchmark tests? Thanks in advance for your advice!