So I'm thinking of getting a new MacBook Pro 15" in the next year and I have a question for owners of the recent models. First off, I refuse to buy one until they put Nvidia graphics back in the laptop. I have a mid-2010 MBP 17" 2.66Ghz dual-core i7, 8GB RAM, and it has the Nvidia GT 330M which is a decent card but it's horrible for driving a 1920x1200 display. It has 512mb of DDR3 which is seriously garbage for this beautiful display. It's like the GPU is at full load 100% of the time, it runs hot, and the fan is never quiet. The laptop is completely fine by the way, this GPU is just heavily underpowered. To give an example of how awful this GPU performs; it can't run 1080p videos on youtube smoothly at all which is ridiculous considering it cost $3,300. They put this weak card in the laptop to boast about battery life (which is nothing special) and I think that's a very stupid thing to do to your top of the line laptop... And the integrated graphics from Intel are non-existent at this point. As I'm typing this I have nothing else open and the fan is at 75% at least. Of course they ended up putting in a 1GB GDDR5 Nvidia card (I believe it's the GT 650m, not sure though) in the later MBP models before they came out with the Retina Display and it seriously murders this laptop in performance. 1GB GDDR5 at the very least should be standard with any laptop sporting a 1920x1200 display. I thought this laptop would be amazing but it was surely a dissappointment all these years. I would've been better off buying the 15" with the same hardware because it has a 1680x1050 resolution and performs better with this GPU. So I'm wondering if you MBP 15" Retina Display owners find your hardware constantly chugging along to drive the massive resolution of the Retina Display with only 2GB of GDDR5. How does it perform doing basic tasks vs something GPU intensive at the Retina resolution? Do you think the GPU has enough power to drive the Retina Display? I understand the Retina Display supports 1920x1080/1200 (not sure of the aspect ratio) but let's be honest, displays look terrible outside of their native resolution. I really want to avoid this problem because it's extremely frustrating. If Apple offered a 1080p/1200p display it would be a beast of a laptop with that 2GB GDDR5, but unfortunately they don't. Thanks in advance. So I just tried to post this in the Apple Forums but it said I wasn't allowed to create this content... Now I'm here and I feel like I'll receive more knowledgable and helpful answers anyway.