Hi guys, So currently I'm a Macbook Pro user, Early 2013 15" model. There's nothing wrong with my computer currently, but the Macbook looks really appealing to me so I just have a couple of questions. Firstly, is it wise for me to buy it right now? I'm a student and term doesn't start until the end of september so I can afford to wait until then. However, Apple have some promotion on right now and free beats would be pretty cool! I don't game much or anything, mainly just web browsing and carrying it to campus and what not. So yeah my main problem is that moving to 12" from 15" might be difficult. Is there any chance Apple might release a larger model in the mean time? Also would this weigh much more? Secondly, is it possible that it would be able to run CAD? My current model runs it fine (Solid Edge). It's not a deal breaker, but it would be nice just in case. I hate design anyway. It makes sense for me to wait until the end of september, but I also don't want new Macbook Pros to come out and decrease the value of my computer, because I intend to sell it. People are selling my computer for £500-£600 on Ebay in much worse condition than mine is! So does anybody have any advice for me? I feel kind of stuck, because if I buy it now, I get the free beats and I can sell my current one for almost £600, so it would not be a huge loss. However if Apple decide to release a larger one, then I'd be quite unhappy because 14" or something sounds much better than 12"! I don't know if I'd be able to adapt to the 12 :/. Are there any credible rumours from reputable people that a larger one might be coming? On a side note, loads of people seem to be complaining about the keyboard. I tried it in an Apple store and I love it the buttons feel so satisfying to press Thanks!