Hey guys, So it's known that the battery of the new Retina MBP is roughly ~18% bigger than the non-retina MBP (95-watt-hour vs. 77.5-watt-hour) in order to drive the new display. How exactly does this translate to the charging time (let's say from fully drained or <10%)? I only ask because this is similar to the new iPad (with its bigger battery) and how charging took a good amount of time longer to fully charge than the iPad 2. I guess this will not pertain to people who have their Macbook Pros anchored to a wall, but I'm interested to know. It'd be nice to get feedback from the few early adopters! This is my thread/post here and I don't believe I saw a topic about this yet. P.S. I've seen the Retina MBP in the Apple Store in King of Prussia Mall, PA and it looks breathtaking. But I'm still SOOO torn between the Retina and non-retina at the moment! Thanks in advance for your responses!