I have two laptops and I may need to sell one: Thinkpad T61p 2.0Ghz Intel Core Duo Processor 128MB nVidia Quadro 570m 1 GB RAM 80GB Hard Drive DVD Writer 14.1" 1400x1050 screen Win XP Pro or HP dv7-3065dx 2.4GHz AMD Turion II Processor ATI Radeon HD 4200 4GB RAM 500GB Hard Drive DVD Writer/Blu-ray player 17.3" 1600x900 Windows 7 Home Premium Of course the latter is a much newer model. I believe I bought the Thinkpad more than 2 years ago. But I swear the Thinkpad plays streaming video better (from Hulu) and I paid a lot more for the Thinkpad initially. The HP has some features the Thinkpad doesn't have such as eSATA out, HDMI out (Thinkpad has only analog VGA out), and the ability to play Blu-ray discs. But the Thinkpad seems to run a bit faster and I hear they're more reliable machines. I don't tote a laptop with me often. Usually I just have it sitting here at my desk, hooked up to my Dell 22" LCD and external keyboard & mouse. I'm thinking the HP might be easier to sell because it's newer and, well, people go for numbers more than anything (2.4 > 2.0, 4GB > 1GB, 500GB > 80GB, etc) Thoughts? Comments? Insults? Thanks.