Hi Everyone again, I have pretty much decided to get the new Macbook Air 13 as a first mac computer. So I drove to apple store in London, have chosen the 256 SSD i5 version (about £1450) and was ready to pay. I found one, really only one problem: The system text was too small for me to read comfortably. Now, I know that there is no system wide DPI setting in OS X. Lowering resolution solution (apple genius in that shop idea) is plain silly flat panels should be run at native resolution to give a sharp image. Zooming all the time is not really a solution. I know that I can change the Finder and Applications fonts but most of the menus (CS5) are too small for me. Calendar and Outlook would be a pain too. So I am stuck: - Love the Air and could run Win 7 for CS5 (will install for CorelDraw anyway) but this is not a real solution - Get the 2011 Macbook Pro 15inch with the base display (low res). But the Pro with even the smallest SSD is over £1700, and the version with good graphic card is almost £2000. And also is it true that Pro 15 will be replaced with a thin version this year? What would you do?