So my laptop needs to be replaced (technically it's still under warranty for 2 more months but... well that's a long story), and my budget is limited. I use my laptop for a lot of different purposes, but most of them could be done on pretty much any system. However, since I do a lot of photo editing, video editing, and gaming, I want something with fairly decent performance. I also want to make sure it has a numeric keypad built-in (I use that thing a LOT for work), and it can't be any wider than 15.9" so it will fit in to my Lowepro CompuDaypack. I've been looking at this one by Toshiba: Amazon.com: Toshiba Satellite L655D-S5067 LED TruBrite 15.6-Inch Laptop (Black): Computer &… It's got a dual-core 2.3gHz AMD chip and an ATI 5145 graphics card with 512mb dedicated memory - I think from a performance standpoint this should be fine (it's better than my current one, at any rate) and the only thing I don't really like about it is the relatively small max resolution (1366x768 as opposed to my current laptop's 1920x1200). The thing is, I really don't know how Toshiba stacks up against other companies when it comes to the quality of their laptops. Reviews are one thing, but hearing it from a community you trust and who use their computers for similar tasks is always a plus. Any thoughts?