For years people whined about a redesigned MacBook pro. Well everyone got their wish in 2012. I am wondering now since the retina macbook pro has been pretty much standard, if we all like it or not? I do not care for the retina line myself because: -Retina resolution = 1440x900 workspace -Both the 13" and 15" 2013 models seem to have lower brightness compared to the 2012 MBP -Not user accessible many, many defects with screens (the user shouldn't have to worry about which make they may or may not get) -Anti-glare anyone? I know I preferred the 2012 macbook with an anti-glare screen. Seemed very bright and overall a very nice screen, despite being a non-ips panel. The retinas do have decreased glare, but nowhere to the level where the anti-glare screens had As much as someone of us don't want to admit it, we are stuck with the retina line if we ever need a new Apple powerhouse laptop. They are not bad by any means. I just do not like them and am wondering if anyone else feels the same. I wish the unibody macbook pro was still available with a haswell/broadwell processor.