You know that feeling when you have money to spend and you don't quite know what to spend it on? Apple has some big announcements tomorrow. I was planning on buying an iPad Air to replace my iPad 3. However... I suspect a new 13" retina Macbook Air is going to be announced. Now, I already own a retina 15" Macbook Pro. I downsized from a 17" almost 2 years ago. I was concerned about losing the real estate, from 17" to 15". But, what I gained was more portability. I was now carrying around a lighter laptop. And, really, no significant difference between the two sizes. Now I am looking to give up my 15" and go with a 13" Macbook Air. The primary reason, of course, is portability. A 13" Macbook Air would be extremely light. It could be carried in one hand, I suspect. The only thing I fear is losing 2 more inches of real estate. So.... Anyone who has gone from a 17" or 15" Macbook Pro to one of the smaller AIR laptops wish to comment on how they feel about losing screen real estate? Also, I assume that the Macbook Air models are just as powerful as their Macbook Pro counterparts? When all is said and done, I suspect that since the current 13" Macbook Air (maxed out) is about $1,700 that the rumored new model should be about the same price if not a bit lower. Not bad, considering. I can sell my 2012 15" Macbook Pro on Gazelle for $1179. That means a new Macbook Air would only cost me approximately $500. ...and let's hope a new iWatch is not announced so it doesn't further confuse spending matters.