Hey all, I posted this in someone else's thread but figured I would not be a bum and just started my own. Here is the deal... I have a 1GB stick of RAM for a the current line of powerbooks and iBook sitting around (I bought it for use in a powerbook a month ago but I received two defective powerbooks in a row and decided to hold off for awhile). If the powerbooks are updated, I would imagine this ram would no longer be compatible. I would, no doubt, take a loss on the ram as I paid about $100ish dollars for it. Also, Amazon.com has a $125 rebate and no tax on the 12" super powerbooks (down from $150 they offered before). Not paying tax and having the rebate makes the 12" thru amazon $209 less than thru Apple (Non-edu pricing since I already bought something on EDU this year and sold it I can't do it twice). Even if a new PB does come out and the prices are dropped, will they drop more than $200? Also, I noticed the discount area's pricing is the same regardless of if you are looking as EDU or regular customer so you may not end up saving much over what the machines cost now even after a price drop for EDU customers. I am sure amazon will pull the rebate when the updates come and just drop the price for an instant rebate effect instead. My question, since I already have the ram and since amazon is offering such a rebate, should I just order from amazon now or should I still wait for the update? Just looking for some opinions. Thanks!