Hello Macrumors fellas! I've been a PC user my entire life and since i'm a digital artist and the OSX is a friendly working evironment for those like me ( so i heard ) i decided to buy my first mac. And since i'll be flying over to US in January i will pick one up directly there ( i'm living in europe and prices here are much higher, like 15-20% higher.) I did read ths review ( which is probably the best that is out there ): http://www.notebookcheck.net/Review-Apple-MacBook-Pro-15-Retina-2-3-GHz-Mid-2012.78959.0.html And what i can see under load it gets really hot, to a degree which is hard to work on. Now,I will be working mainly with Photoshop and will love that retina update for adobes product ( hopefully it will be availbale til January ). So it wont get pushed to it's limits, but i do in fact plan to play some games on it, like Guild Wars 2 for example. And this for sure will make it heat up quite a lot. Now i now there are some cooling pads out there, but there's really not enough info to be sure which one works best with the rMBP. I did manage to find some videos and info regarding the 2009,2010 or even 2011 but that's outdated since the retina is redesigned. So do you know of any cooling pad, that will get the Job done? I'd ask for numbers if possible, as the" yeah it does cool my mcbook" types of sentences just won't cut it". There are a few recommended products like: Coolermaster NotePal U2, U3 or X2 but do they work well with Retina? Thanks in advance Paul. P.S How hot can CMBP 2012 get compared to the Retine one, as i might consider getting one with Anti Glare screen instead.