I bought a nTB MacBook Pro (specs in sig) thinking I wasn't going to use the TouchBar all that much. So, to really see if it would be useful to me, I decided to download a utility which displays a virtual Touch Bar and have challenged myself to incorporate into my workflow. After using it in some major apps -- Safari, iTunes, Messages and Skype, to name a few -- for the last hour or so, the Touch Bar is actually starting to make sense. Going through my 10-20+ tabs is easier with the virtual Touch Bar than scrolling through them in the Safari window. Finding a particular emoji is faster with the virtual Touch Bar than using Cmd+Ctrl+Space to look for it. Scrubbing through YT videos and songs in iTunes is just a breeze, too. It just makes things a little easier. If this is the kind of utility I can get from this thing, I can only imagine how much more BetterTouchTool could give. Honestly? I just might sell my TB MBP and get the one w/ Touch Bar. Not only for the small little conveniences it adds to the experience, but also because I now realize I would have gotten a slightly beefier computer for just 200 bucks more. Any of you nTBers thinking the same thing? EDIT: Thinking about it more, I'm remembering why I got the nTB in the first place. For my needs, processor performance is negligible -- I probably wouldn't notice the difference between what I have now vs the model w/ the 3.1 GHz processor. The two extra ports also would've been nice to have, but I haven't run into a case where I absolutely need them. With all this in mind, I think I'll be fine with what I have.