My current (Dell) laptop is 4 years old and about reaching the end of its life, so I'm thinking I want to treat myself to a new computer for a graduation gift. I don't know a whole lot about current computer specs and which programs need what, and I know even less about that as applied to a Mac, so I'm not entirely sure which one to get. It'll be the most money I've ever spent on anything in my life, and I'll probably have to spend another $1500 on software, so I pretty much want to figure out how cheap I can go before it starts being impractical for what I want it to do. I'm going to be using it mostly for web design, and I was going to buy CS3 to run on it, probably mostly focusing on the Photoshop/Flash/Dreamweaver side of things. It's possible that I might do a little video editing here and there (we're talking once every 4 months or something) and it's also possible that I might want to run Maya every once and a while, as well, but not for anything really intensive. I don't do any gaming, so other than that it'd only be used for web surfing, word processing, email, and so on. I expect to hang on to it and keep using it for the same things for like 3-4 years. It looks like I'm basically deciding between the 15in/2.2GHz MacBook Pro and the 13in/2.16GHz MacBook. The thing that primarily concerns me with the smaller one is that my current laptop's screen is 14" with a 1400x1040 resolution, and I'm not sure that I would want an even smaller screen. On the other hand, I'm not sure that wanting a slightly bigger screen is worth an extra $700 if the hardware on the MacBook is sufficient to run all the programs (but I don't actually know if it is, or not). The other thing that concerns me is that the MacBook's graphics card...like I said, I don't know too much about this kind of stuff but it doesn't look like it's such high quality. I don't know if it'd be possible/reasonable to upgrade that myself, either. Which one do you think I should go with?