Hi all, So I'm inquiring regarding the SSD space I should go for on the new Macbook Pro with Retina Display. This will be a secondary device, with my iMac during the bulk of the heavy lifting in regards to storage space. I would love some advice. -Photos would be on an external drive attached to my iMac -Music, Movies, and all iTunes related files will be on an external drive attached to my iMac -iBooks files will be on iMac Macbook Pro would consist of: -All the basic productivity suites (Office/iWork) downloaded and used -Local storage on MBP would consist of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, PDF, and some iWork files -Occasionally an album of photos to create a hardcover scrapbook in Photos will be used on MBP -Some light gaming (nothing crazy - SimCity, RCT2....) -Audio and video streaming -Internet browsing, YouTube -Anything important I'd download to MBP would be moved or sync'ed with Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud, and iMac -Some basic apps will be downloaded (Skype, MLBTV, TurboTax, VLC...) -Some basic gaming emulators (N64, Gamecube...) will be used. Mostly for Mario. -Harmony remote sync'ing will be used on MBP -No plans to dual boot with Windows Thoughts? Does the OS take up so much space on the 128GB that it makes even the most basic everyday usage a struggle with space? Should I just bite the bullet and pay $200 for double the space? Again, this laptop will be a secondary and travel device. Thank you!