yeah, i'm in the same situation. just ordered the e1505 with integrated graphics this morning before i went to work, and then when i came home and checked dell's website they now have dedicated graphics with hypermemory available.
i was about ready to cancel my order, but i have already done that about 2 times in the last three days. first time i was going to get an xps m140 because i qualified for 18 months no interest, then i cancelled and then turned around and ordered it again after being able to get it for another $45 less.
after that it started to bother me that i would be paying the same price for old technology, pentium m, when i can buy new technology for the same price.
my e1505 came out to $1135.25 with tax using a $450 off coupon. this includes the 1.83 ghz, 15.4 in sxga with truelife, 512 mb single channel, 100 gb hard drive, 3945 wireless card, bluetooth, 1 year limited warranty and 1 year accidental warranty. will order more memory from newegg. just trying to decide whether to do the dual channel thing and get another 512mb or just get a 1gb stick and add it onto the 512mb.
i believe this setup will do for now since i will mainly be using it for school, websurfing, and such. really don't play games on the computer. i'm not really worried about vista because the official final copy is not out yet. once vista is officially shipped with computers then i'll worry about having a computer that runs it, but for now i am just looking for something which runs todays applications easily.
as i type this email now i still am considering cancelling my order for a third time and ordering the e1505 with the integrated graphics card although it is hypermemory. but like i mentioned for what i will be doing which isn't anything to graphic intense, just simple stuff the integrated card should work fine.
now i have to sit and weigh my options for the rest of the night to go semi-dedicated graphics card or stay with the integrated. DAMN YOU DELL!!!!