Hello everyone, I was planning on buying one of the new MacBook Pro's but I have to say I am underwhelmed with the specs... It seems to be all about the Touch ID and Touch Bar and the bigger trackpad, but what I am REALLY after is more processing power, but there doesn't seem to be a huge improvement on that front... So my question is (aside from peripherals and ports), how much difference in ACTUAL PROCESSING POWER actually is there between: - the new top of the line Mac Book Pro with 2.9Ghz quad core Intel Core i7 (Turbo 3.8Ghz) - the previous top of the line MacBook Pro with 2.8GHz quad-core Intel Core i7 (Turbo 4.Ghz) - the Late 2013 MacBook Pro with 2.6Ghz Intel Core i7 Also, I am curious, does quad-core mean there are FOUR processors and the Late 2013 Intel Core i7 has only ONE processor? And does that mean the quad processor models are FOUR TIMES FASTER than the Intel Core i7? To tell you where I am at and what I care about the most: I currently own a MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Late 2013) with 2.6 GHz Intel Core i7, 16 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 and NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M 2048 MB. This is my main and only mac but, except for when I travel, I use it mostly as a desktop computer (meaning I use an external Cinema display, keyboard and mouse, therefore I don't really care much about the display of the laptop itself or about the size of touchbad or the new Touch Bar or the new Touch ID. I am a professional sound engineer, mixer, producer and so my most processing-intensive task is using ProTools with high track counts and high number of plugins so that is where my CPU and RAM usage goes. With all that in mind, what is the most powerful CPU/RAM-wise MacBook Pro I can buy today if I don't care about Touch Bar/ID/display/trackpad much? Thanks a lot!