Amazon.com, Apple.com, Apple store, University tech center in the UW Book store? Amazon has cheaper pricing, but can you trust buying a MBp off of amazon? The Apple.com website lets me do more customizing without the hasel of dealing with a person, in person. note: I am Deaf. I was told its cheaper to customize it yourself though. Just buy the bare essentials and get the ram and ssd separately. Is that true? Also, will that void the warranty? I have heard it will and have heard it wont. I have gotten mixed opinions on that. Apple store looks good, but what advantage is there to buying my Mbp there Vs. another place? Like I said, there is too, that factor of dealing with a person in person. If I purchase at the Mbp at the University of Washington Tech center inside the University bookstore I will get free apple care? I have heard they will give me a free 3 year apple care. Is that true or did someone tell me wrong ? As for what to get. Should I get the i5 MBp 13" and save my money and put it into an ssd and more ram rather than buying an i7? I will only be using this laptop for University school work and a backup computer. I am a power user though as I am a heavy multi tasker. Can I get the anti-glare at any store online or brick and motor, that I buy my MBp from? How much extra is the anti-glare? Is there a cheaper way to get anti-glare with a screen filter/protector? I have heard there is.