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That is definitely the question I'll be thinking about for the next day or two.
At least this way I have some sort of guide in the upgrading and non upgrading paths though, thanks again.

EDIT: Actually how's this one?
http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/p...=baynoteSearch

I know two would be quite a bit out of budget, but I feel like I'd notice the size change dropping 1.5 inches. Maybe I'll save up a little more and grab these in the future?
Edited by MR_Plow - 8/15/11 at 1:45am
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A possibility if you want the quality. But really, think if the color quality is worth it. I'm not saying it would not be, I'm just making you think twice before spending a sum of money.
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[W7] [HP LP3065 - CrossOver 27Q LED-P - Acer x243w] Ducky DK1087-CELLB Tenkeyless, MX Blue - Steels... [LC power 750W] 
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[ATH-A700] + [Asus Xonar DG] 
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