I completely get it that the 13 in. rMBP would've been muuuuch better for that hard-earned cash and future proofing if it had dedicated graphics and quad core cpu. But why is it getting lots of complaints now with only having hd4000 when there hasn't been a full review of it yet? Are those complaining mostly users (gamers) who want/wish that they could play heavy powerful games on it? I'm kind of considering it. Just waiting for the reviews. But I think the hd4000 does a pretty good task on running graphics-intensive apps on 13 cMBP. I'll be doing, for my needs as a multimedia student, hd video editing (from Canon 60D or 7D) with final cut pro, premiere pro and after effects and Photoshop editing. Will the 13 in. rMBP be ok for that?