Hi Everyone, we have a need for mac laptops in our business and although we have been holding off and using desktops thus far, we really want to make a decision soon. We were pretty much sold on the MBP 13 after the Sandy Bridge refresh, but are now holding off again with the rumours going around about a June refresh. We are well aware you can't always chase the latest and gratest, but 2 months is not that far off for the enhancements that Sandy Bridge would bring to the air. The question for you 13" MBP owners is, what else did you like about the 13" MBP that would make you STILL chose it over the AIR if it got a big processor jump with Intel's new ULV Sandy Bridge line? We don't really use the ports and OD all that often . . . but it does seem like it makes it a slightly more complete computer. For instance, SOMETIMES you end up in a hotel while traveling that delivers internet to the room via an ethernet cable. Sometimes someone hands you a CD/DVD with data on the spot, etc. These are truthfully few and far between occasions though. It also seems like Apple might be "forgetting" the MBP 13" line since they left the same old 1280x800 resolution screen on for the 2011 refresh when the air has had a higher resolution screen since 2010. This might be especially true if Apple puts a fairly close processor (granted not the same due to ULV) in the AIR soon. So the question becomes, what will make you or anyone else still buy a 13" MBP after the AIR update? Thanks!