I'm strongly considering getting a 2016 13" MBP to replace 2 MacBooks and get the best of both worlds (my 15" MBP is too big/heavy to lug around and my 12" RMB is underpowered). Other than the obvious (touch bar, which really makes no difference to me), the base 13 differs from the TB 13 in the following: CPU - 2.0 ghz vs 2.9 ghz - Are these both the same generation processor? Memory - 1866 mhm vs 2133 mhz Graphics - Iris 540 vs Iris 550 - The only gaming I MIGHT do is an occasional Diablo 3 / Starcraft 2. Thunderbolt ports - 2 vs 4 - The only thing I have connected to both of my exiting MacBooks are bluetooth mice. To give you an idea, I've had a 12" RMB for several months now and it having only a single USB-C port has never impacted me. I'm having a tough time justifying $300 more for these differences. In your opinion (especially considering having/not having the touch bar makes no difference to me), are the cpu/ram/gpu differences worth this $330-ish with tax price difference? I usually keep my laptops for 2-3 years or so. 99% of my time is spent browsing/reading twitter. For work, I use Outlook/Excel/Word. As mentioned above, very rarely do I get into any gaming, and if it is, it would be Diablo 3 / SC2, both of which even run on my 12" RMB, so I do not believe the 13 MBP hardware will have any problems running it. Thanks in advance for any comments.