My current laptop is a 2-year old HP that is starting to lag even when editing Google Drive documents and is turning many games into slideshows despite supposedly being a moderately capable gaming laptop. I've also decided to make the switch to Mac from Windows. I was almost certain that I was going to buy the 15 inch Macbook Pro with Retina (2,3 GHz, Nvidia 750M, 512 GB RAM) sometime over the summer holidays, but while reviewing the competition from the Windows side I came over the Razer Blade 2014 - with new 800M series Nvidia graphics. Thus I started exploring the new GTX 800M series and I became nearly certain that it would be worth it to wait for a rMBP with 850M/860M graphics. However, many articles seem to indicate that the next rMBP is not coming out for a while, so now I face a dilemma - should I go with the current 15' rMBP (will be buying in June/July) or wait for better graphics in a possible fall/winter/spring 2015 release? My needs are digital art, word processing and gaming (Civilization V, Minecraft, Anno 2070, etc.). Gaming is not the #1 priority but I need a portable computer (preferably with OS X) capable of running games and also something that is "future proof" - I want to be able to pick up some exciting game 2 years from now and still be able to play it on low/medium settings. So should I go with the current model or wait for 800M series graphcis? When the new ones come out, what sort of graphics card can I expect (all integrated - if so, how powerful? 850M or 860M)?