i assume $130 is for the labor/shipping. if so, you should consider doing it yourself. swapping the drives is extremely simple (once you figure out the right screws). cloning drives when only 1 can be installed at a time is a bit more complicated but here's an article that explains how to do it: http://reviews.cnet.com/4520-11381_7-5506183-3.html. also check out some tutorials for acronis backup/image software.
here are laptop HDs for you choose from. you'll need to determine what hard disk interface and height your laptop supports (see your laptop's specifications).
I'm looking to upgrade laptops harddrive from the 5400rpm to 7200rpm. Anyone done this before? Any noticeable gains in performance on a Celeron 1.6M? I already got a quote from http://www.rescuetechusa.com that they will do it for $130.