Please help me with this pickle. I know its overplayed at this point but please have patience! So I'm getting rid of my 2012 MacBook Pro Retina 15" 2.2. Its extremely heavy and kind of hard to use in bed. The reason I held off on selling was because I'm one of those paranoid types where they think they'll need the machine for something in the future. I thought I would get into photo editing and video editing but after three years of having the machine, I have yet to do either. At this point, I think its time to accept that I won't be doing photo or video editing anytime soon. I tell myself that I need the HD webcam but in the past three years, I took 5 photobooth photos (all in the first month) and no FT calls as I use my phone. The only FT calls I do is FT audio which doesn't require a good camera. I told myself that I would need a dedicated GPU which was semi true as the first 4 months I went on a steam craze. Downloaded skyrim, sims 4, and a couple of other RPG's. I ended up playing skyrim and sims 4 the most but a few months later, I don't even log into bootcamp anymore. Now, the things I use my laptop for are (and these are the things I use every day and don't get tired of doing): youtube in the background while I surf forums. I sometimes stream netflix. Do some documents and sometimes more streaming. And spotify. I can't lie. The retina 15 was fast. I had the 2013 13" MacBook Pro Retina, a couple of regular macbook pros, a couple of airs, but the 15" by far was the fastest, which is understandable as its a quad core. Will the rMB be able to handle my tasks with aplomb or should I go to a 13" rMBP. One thing I do know that the rMB won't be able to do is USB drives, which I dont do often but still do sometimes, and HD comp to TV which again i don't do often but do sometimes, mostly on vacation. In situation like these, I have no problem buying a dongle. Its just my primary uses I'm curious about if it can handle.