I've been on the market for a light and long-lived (in terms of battery life) netbook/laptop for a month or two now. I had been considering a bunch of netbooks and sub-notebooks in the $300-350 range recently, like the Asus 1015CX (10.1 inch), Asus 1225C (11.6 inch) and the Acer Aspire D270 (10.1 inch). However, I got an offer for a used Thinkpad X200 for approximately $230 a couple of days ago, and I have to decide by tomorrow if I want it. If the system has no defects, what do you guys think of it? Right now, I can get the X200 for $230, and with a 9 cell genuine 47++ battery, which will cost approx $120 here, my entire cost will be $350 max. I personally think this is a great deal since I'm getting a machine built like a tank, is reasonably powerful (my primary use is lots and lots of browsing - 15 to 20 tabs open along with half a dozen PDFs and maybe some music), along with reported 6-9 hours of battery life with the 9 cell battery. One of my concerns is the lack of a touchpad. I've used only touchpads till now, and I'm concerned I may not be able to adjust to the Trackpoint. I tried it out for a bit on my friend's Thinkpad, and being left handed, it felt a bit awkward and not as quick. Thoughts, anyone? ASAP would be super, I need to make a decision quickly.