After 4 months of using my MacBook Pro 2016 15" I felt I can share my real world use in a business setting. I have the fully loaded model. I mainly use Photoshop 2017 and some iMovie. The laptop can handle anything thrown at it. I usually keep 10-15 raw files open in Photoshop and I've never had any issues or slow downs. I'm seeing 11-33% performance increase in Photoshop over my i7 2700K windows 10 desktop. The screen is amazing although there is a color temperature difference between my iPhone 7 plus and the display. I had some graphical glitches until the latest software update, but nothing that got in the way of my work. Only when I used spotlight. The only time I hear the laptop fans is when I'm encoding in iMovie. USB-C hasn't been as annoying as people say. I did have to get a Ethernet dongle because my work place has crap wifi, and I use one more adapter for my SD card reader. I hardly ever use the touch bar which is a shame. Keyboard and touch pad is amazing, although I like the Magic Mouse 2 better for Photoshop. Overall performance is outstanding and I'm very happy with it. Speakers are great and really make a difference when showing clients finished videos. Being able to charge the laptop on either side is a blessing, very convenient. Battery life is dependent on what I'm doing but I mainly plug it in when when I'm at a job site. I've gotten between 6 to 14 hours of use. 6 hours is when using Photoshop and the AMD card at almost full brightness. My main complaints would be Apple should have included a lighting port to usb-c cable for iPhone users at no charge and a standard USB adapter in the box, Especially at these premium prices. The graphical issues although didn't stop my productivity, they did make me feel Apple didn't spend enough time testing. Now it's perfect. Since I do carry my gear with me on site, I will say that the thinner and lighter body is a huge plus for me. I hope this helps anyone who's wondering how the new MacBook Pro is working out long term in a business setting. Update: I forgot to mention something. The fact that Apple's Safari doesn't support 4K on YouTube is criminal. I don't care who's fault it is, Google or a Apple, they need to work it out because it's completely ridiculous.