I'm looking at buying a MacBook Pro and actually already have the 2.2 GHz 15" model on order. I've recently discovered I may have $7000 more than I thought I did, so I'm considering calling Apple and asking them to upgrade the order to the 2.4 GHz model - but my problem is this. Why is it so much more expensive? The only differences, as far as I can tell, are: - 200 MHz faster clock speed - 128 MB more video RAM - 40 GB larger hard drive Locally, a Core 2 Duo 2.2 GHz is $50 less than a 2.4 GHz. So, it's a laptop, let's double that. $100. Now 128 MB video RAM: local video card prices put 512 MB ones at about $50 more than 256 MB ones, so this is an even smaller change, but let's say the extra video ram is worth another, oh hell, $200. Finally, the hard drive. 160 GB vs 120 GB is $50 more for a laptop 5400 RPM drive. That gives me a total of $350, when Apple is charging another $600. This seems to me like really poor value, or am I missing something? Thanks in advance for any tips.