Hi guys, I have a four year old 13" Macbook Pro and I'm getting a new one at work. The price point is mostly the same to the following setup: 256gb SSD and 8gb of RAM. So I'm divided between the new 12" Macbook or the 13" Air/MBP. Thing I love the most in my current computer: the screen Thing I hate the most in my current computer: the fan I have only updated it once, changing the HDD to an SSD, which gave it new life. I plan to give it to a family member. My current job requires me to take my laptop to work every day, so portability is more of a requirement than it was when I bought my current MBP. I was attracted, of course, to the fanless and ultrasmall 12" MB, but a few things put me off: I would have to buy a combination of dongles to use some tools (wired mouse always, sometimes Wacom tablet, sometimes ethernet when in the office) and, while I don't plan to play games other than League of Legends, I'm really afraid the processor will come up short sometime during the next five years. I work in Photoshop a lot, and while reviews don't see a problem now, I don't want to feel conned in a year or two. The MBA has come up as a compromise solution (still portable, but powerful and with some ports), and the retina MBP as more of a continuity choice. Am I simply afraid to take a risk?