Hi, Here's the dilemma... I can get a white macbook - 2.16ghz, 2gb memory, 320gb hard drive, Superdrive, and some boxed software - iwork 08, leopard - for $850. I will definitely sell the boxed software as I have no need for them. I also have 4gb of memory lying around that I can install in the macbook. I have my macbook pro, and mac mini in my sig, and am considering selling my mbp. It's been great and all, but I know that new machines are in the near future, and I would like to get the most money out of a sale now, since I would probably upgrade to a newly designed macbook or macbook pro. Here are my options: 1. Keep the mbp as is, swap the mac mini and macbook hard drives (120gb-320gb), sell the macbook and the software separately (with or without the memory). 2 Swap the mini and mbp hard drive (120gb-250gb) and sell the mbp. I would just install the 4gb memory into the macbook and keep it as is. So what would you do, keep the mbp or macbook? Either way, I will be keeping the hard drive. I just want to sell the computer that will give me the most return now, as well as give me a decent return when the new line laptops come out. Let me know what you think. Thanks in advance for your time and help!