One of the key design changes between the non-Touch Bar and Touch Bar versions of the new MBP is the thermal architecture. The Touch Bar version features two fans and two inlets on the sides of the case, whereas the non-Touch Bar version features just the one fan and no inlets. I find this very intriguing as the difference in performance between the two models should only be around 5-10% for the CPU, and perhaps less for the graphics (OpenCL: 28,000's versus 30,000's). Obviously the CPU can be configured for higher clock speeds, but this applies to both models. So apart from talking through this decision, can anyone explain how the non-Touch Bar model takes in fresh air? Some feedback from new customers would be very insightful with regards to how hot it gets.