I am about to buy a MacBook Pro 15.4" retina. Probably the 16 GB Ram, 2.8 GHz, 1 TB flash storage. Am new to macs but am finally ready to bury my HP laptop that has been nothing but trouble since day one. I am retired, not a tech person, do mostly photo editing as a volunteer webmaster for a non-profit, no to little gaming, lots of surfing and shopping online. I would like this to be the last computer I purchase so I don't want to outgrow it. Probably have between 70,000 - 100,000 images on my HP, most of which I'll want to transfer and envision doing a lot more photography/editing as I get deeper into retirement. From what I can understand, I have no need to wait for the two new chips coming up. But, what has the pricing policy been? Can we expect the older macbooks to drop in price as the new chips are introduced? Or is it likely the new ones may be introduced at a lower cost to meet marketplace competition? Any thoughts? Sanlynn ps please don't be too harsh if I've misstated the technology. As I said, I am not a tech person.