[in advance, I know that this is the billionth thread about netbooks (do I get a prize?), but here's one more] Hello people of GBAtemp! Well, after seeing all of these people with all of these practical uses for all of these netbooks here, I've decided to get myself a netbook. The only thing is that I suck with choices. There's just so many different models, I'm lost! I'm looking for the best place to get them in Canada (don't link to US-only stores or use US pricing unless mentioning it, thanks). I'm just looking for a simple computer with enough of those things that kids these days call gigabytes, used mainly for watching anime/HD movies (infers decent speed and memory), experimenting with OS stuff, and school purposes (infers cool keyboard and projector hook-up port). OH and good battery life for trips and school. As for price, I don't want to spend a lot, but if there's a netbook that really has a good value for what you get go ahead and tell me about it, maybe I'll make a price exception (=ask parents for loan). As for hard drive, I don't know whether to have an SSD and add in a memory card, or simply get a regular HDD with loads more memory. Threads on GBAtemp point to eeePCs like the 900/1000HE, but my friend tells me that the Dell Mini 9 is so good he goes as far as to say: "Dell Mini 9 is regarded as one of the top netbooks by everyone on the Earth". *As a side question for Canadians, what's the cheapest way to get Internet-on-the-go? Lucky Americans like Mr. Linkiboy get free GPRS access, but my plan has 5 cents per KB Or is it just not worth to get a web plan and pay for it? (I have a cell with bluetooth btw). I don't know whether to wait a little before I go to college to get my netbook to use it there or to just get it now. Thanks for reading this wall of text and sorry for any time wasted by replying to this topic.