Can we get a buying advice seciton?

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Hackintosh Sr.

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I am really bored of all the same posts over and over on whats best for whoever.

Is that too much to ask/too mean?
 

Hackintosh Sr.

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Also a retina macbook seciton?

Come on who is with me man

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oh, well then we might need to hire a maid
 

GGJstudios

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Also a retina macbook seciton?
We've been discussing the feedback in this thread and the different options for possible changes, but at this point we've decided that there won't be a separate rMBP sub-forum.

We've always lumped together the different models of a model line, even though different models have different characteristics (e.g., 13" vs. 15" vs. 17", SSD vs. hard drive, older process vs. newer processor, Mini Display Port vs. Thunderbolt, etc.). The Retina MacBook Pro is the latest model in its line.

We encourage users to put words like cMBP and rMBP in thread titles when they are starting a model-specific discussion. As always, it's a good idea to make thread titles specific and descriptive. That's the best way to help other users spot the threads they are interested in and skip the threads they are not interested in.
From the existing thread on this topic: Does it make sense to have a "Retina MacBook Pro" sub forum?
 

Hackintosh Sr.

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It might look neat to you guys, but to a user it looks like a mess. Guess another year of clutter is ok with you
 

Hackintosh Sr.

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cmbp vs rmbp. sometimes you dont even know which one the thread starter is talking about until you click which is very annoying.
 

Hackintosh Sr.

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the best parts are the times when two people are talking about two different macbook pros. a classic compared to retina
 
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