I've decided to wait to buy a new 15" MacBook Pro until WWDC. If a new model is introduced I might be able to get the older one at a good price. Judging by the previous blowout the 2.5GHz with 512GB will go for about €2100-2200 which is a great price. My only issue is that the storage is very limited. Just my sample libraries will occupy most of that SSD. But the 1TB model will not likely be on sale as no-one has it in stock, so then it's €800-900 more, which is a lot for 512GB extra storage. And refurbs are not an option where I live. I'm on a very limited budget right now, but I still want a computer that will last me a long time, and more than 512GB of storage is a must for me. So what are my options? What user upgrades are available for this model at the moment? Is the only option to buy genuine replacement at eBay or are there third parties like OWC that will offer the same speed? Another option is of course external storage, which I don't enjoy carrying around and it's a lot slower. But I could get a tiny 1TB external SSD for less than half of that price difference. And I could add a stealth drive to that for storing things like my music library. Having stuff split over several drives is a hassle however, especially when they aren't internal. Not sure which route to go. I don't want to be stuck with less storage than I need, but even the €2200 is a bit of a stretch with my current budget so I need to make the most of it.