I've just been looking at Apple's current laptop line-up, and I seem to have missed when MacBooks hit an entry point of £867, because right now I'm kind of baffled as to why you'd ever want to buy one! Kitting out a laptop with 4gb (which really is what you need these days in a new machine), and AppleCare, there only seems to be a difference of about £40-50 between the MacBook and MacBook Air (same price) and the MacBook Pro. I know the MacBook Air is a lot lighter (less than half the weight of the others), which could be a deciding factor, but that price is for a smaller screen (11") than either the MacBook or MacBook Pro (both 13"). The Pro isn't much heavier than the standard MacBook. So it seems that the choice these days is between the Pro and the Air, as the MacBook just gives less overall, some of which could be account from its not being as recently updated, but the entry price seems awfully high for a less capable overall machine. I don't suppose anyone can comment on the current line-up? Assuming weight and thinness aren't a big deal, why choose something other than the pro for such a small difference in cost?