Hi everyone, I currently have a 2012 Macbook Air (256gb SSD/4gb RAM) and it's the perfect portable device for my needs (pretty much haven't used my iPad after getting the MBA), but I really enjoy photography and I find myself constantly wanting something more powerful for when I'm away from my desktop. When the new macbooks pro were announced I decided it was time to buy one and finally get the retina display. I was almost completing my order on the 13" one when I decided to read a little bit more about it and I noticed that even though it has really high pixel density, the resolution is equivalent to 1280x800 on a regular screen. This means I'd be getting even less area to work than I'm getting right now on my MBA which runs at 1440x900. So my question goes to retina MBP owners: Do you think running it at native resolution makes it too crowded when using lightroom/photoshop? I'm aware that you can change the display so it looks like 1440 x 900 or 1680 x 1050. Do things(graphics/fonts) still look sharp when scaled? I'm also considering getting the 15" now. Even though it's not as portable as the 13" it seems it might be best suited for me. Thanks!