I've been slowly becoming more of an Apple guy - first the phone, then the watch, then the ipad - but I've stuck with Dell and Windows over Mac, mostly due to the price rather than any bias. I decided I wanted a Macbook and waited until last week for the latest model to come out, and now I'm sort of over the shock of the price increase in the UK, I'm still going to get it. I probably would have gone for the 12" Macbook, but it's just too low spec and I don't want to spend all that money on something and then regret it, so I'm going for the 13" Pro. However, all I see on this forum are people bemoaning the new line, saying they're boycotting them or that it's forcing them, begrudgingly, over to Windows and to Dell or similar. I can't be the only one choosing now to go the other way? I do understand the perspective of those who are disappointed, but for me even an insignificant update will just come across as an impressive machine. I don't plug a lot of things in, so the ports don't bother me. I would have liked an SD card reader and sure, one USB would have been great. Magsafe was a good idea, but I've never had it before and still haven't manage to trash my laptop by walking into the cable. And I don't need 32gb RAM. Anyone think I'm making a huge mistake?