I recently purchased a "bundle" from Costco on line. It is a Dell Studio 15/T4400 advertised with a 250GB 7200 rpm drive. It came with a V505 printer (not wireless) which I did not need. I paid $599.00 plus shipping and tax. This morning I got an e-mail from Costco notifying me that there was an advertisement error in the drive and it is actually 5400 rpm drive. They are crediting all purchasers with $25. My question to you all is does this significantly change the computer's operation? Did we all get screwed? Should I return this to Costco and try to find another laptop. This is our secondary computer - I primarily use my desktop PC.