I talked to a rep today (Seth Tucker) about a Gateway c-140x. I'm a college student so, honestly, I'm looking to see how much I can squeeze out of Gateway and get a few nice upgrades. Tell me what you guys think from my quote. I'm eternally grateful for your guy's help. Thanks so much fellow tabletpcreviewers! Total Solution Price List Price: $1,919.98 Subtotal: $1,496.78 Your Price: $1,545.78 Shipping & Handling: $49.00 You Saved: $374.20 Tax: $91.97 Recycle Fee: $6.00 ---------------------------- ------------- TOTAL QUOTE PRICE: $1,643.75 Qty System Unit Price Ext. Price 1 Gateway® C-140X $1,496.78 $1,496.78 Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium (32-bit) Processor: Intel® Core 2 Duo Processor T5250 (1.50GHz, 667MHz FSB, 2MB L2 Cache) Memory: 2048MB 667MHz DDR2 SDRAM (2-1024MB modules) $120.00 Hard Drive: 80GB 5400rpm Serial ATA hard drive Optical Drive: 8x Multi-Format Dual Layer DVD-RW with DVD-RAM $39.20 Warranty: 4 Year Value Plus Plan (Tech Support - Parts - At Home Service) $279.99 Accidental Damage Plan: Four years accidental damage plan $79.20 Chassis: Chassis w/ ATI Mobility Radeon® X2300 HD 256MB PCI Express Graphics (128MB GDDR3 Dedicated Memory with up to 256MB using HyperMemory Technology) and Fingerprint Reader $103.20 Battery: Primary 12-Cell Lithium Ion battery w/ 1 Yr. limited battery warranty (to accommodate additional cells, this battery extends beyond the end of the system) $35.20 Adapter: 90 Watt AC Adapter Wireless Network: Integrated Intel® 3945 802.11a/b/g wireless networking Bluetooth: Bluetooth Wireless Networking Module $40.00 P.S. I tried to delete all of the obvious irrelevant information and just show the upgrades I was paying for. I told him I was a college student and he was telling me I could probably give me 20% off with manager approval. He's going to call me back in 16-18 hours, meaning sometime tomorrow. I'm looking to see if this is a good buy, or if I should squeeze out more from him. Thanks gents!