hey everyone, I've been hemming and hawing about buying a Retina Macbook, with the usual concerns about power, performance, longevity, etc. I've read the Geekbench stuff and a lot of comments in the forums, and I guess I was just wondering if anyone has thoughts/experience on the actual lived-use difference between a 1.1 GHZ processor vs 1.2 or 1.3. Does it make sense to max out the processor, or are the gains so slight as to be unnoticable to the casual user (ie: me)? Also, if price were no object, for PERFORMANCE, would you upgrade the processor or go 512GB on the hard drive? I primarily need to use it for Final Draft, Microsoft Office, web browsing, etc, with an occasional need for light recording on Garageband. It seems to me that the processor speeds will not make a huge difference for these tasks, but I have no real idea since I pretty much know squat about computers. I guess my main concern and priority would be that for the basic tasks I described, will it be snappy and fast so that when the inevitable Skylake upgrade comes out I won't be spiraling into despair with buyer's regret? OR, if I upgrade now to a 1.3, would that be at all similar to the base-model Skylake improvements (here is where my complete ignorance reveals itself with the notion of faster graphics, etc). Any insights would be much appreciated. I currently use a 15" 2011 MBP with an EVO SSD and 8G of RAM, and I'm hoping at very least the stock rMP will be slightly zippier with a much nicer display. I've read the specs and Geekbench scores, but I guess I was hoping someone who has experience with these variables could tell me what the actual/literal/lived differences are. Thank you very much!