Hey everybody, So, I've decided to buy a 30'' ACD (or an 'updated' version of it that may come out in April). And, I want a laptop to go with it (MBP is only option). So, naturally, I'd want the cheapest MBP I could find. But I still think I may need 2 gigs of RAM and maybe 256 megs of VRAM. Let me say it right now, I'm still in High School and I run no professional applications. But I do deeply want a computer that can handle lots of 'consumer apps' at the same time (I NEED fast transition between my simultaneous use of Safari, iChat, Mail, Microsoft Office/iWork, and Quicktime). I really don't need overkill RAM or VRAM as I plan to use only these apps in the next few years. I just experience a lot of slowdown when I have several tabs in Safari open or I'm downloading several videos. For these purposes, which MBP build is best for me, considering I'll be hooking it up to a 30'' ACD and the fact that new 'LED-backlit' (dont know what they are) MBPs are rumored to arise soon. Feel free to clarify anything with how I'll use the laptop. Is 2 gigs of RAM and 256 megs of VRAM enough, too much, just right (for my purposes)? Thanks!