I just got off an Apple support chat about modifying something payment-related about my BTO 15" 2016 MBP order and before I concluded the chat, the specialist seemed to add a specific question about why I chose the 15 inch model in particular: Specialist: You are so very welcome! It looks like on the order you have a new 15-inch Macbook Pro. I want to say that I know you are going to the love the improved wide color gamut on the beautiful 2880-by-1800 Retina display. It is absolutely gorgeous! While you are still here with me today, may I just ask what made you decide on the 15 inch model of the Macbook Pro? Me: I went with the 15" as I need the most power possible for 4K video editing and visual effects. If you're collecting info on this model in particular, growing up around this stuff and working in the industry, the community is disappointed that the notebook was made thinner instead of accommodating things like 32GB of RAM! I am excited nonetheless, but I hope it will remain useful in years to come The 15 inch has always been the definition of the mobile workstation and we hope Apple will keep that in mind when differentiating the 13 and 15-inch models moving forward Specialist: That is what we strive for with the Macbook Pro. I understand your concerns about accommodating RAM configurations greater than 16gb. Especially for tasks such as video editing. So anyways, obviously just a little tidbit here but it seems like Apple is actively analyzing this user base that chooses what seem to them as such a large and unwieldy device. Anyone have a similar experience?