Hi, This may sound pretty stupid for some of you and perhaps I should know such stuff because thats a part of my profession, however I cannot find anything about this. How do I make images or optimaze websites for retina? I don't own a recently released rMBP but I tried it at Apple Store today. Our website, our logo, facebook and most of the "regular sized" jpeg or png looked so bad. I understand that retina is x2 pixels, so if I want to make a logo retina-ready I have to save it as "200x200" when the "regular" size is/was "100x100" for non-retina, but what about regular images? Should I have to save them in doubble-size and put them in a "smaller html box"? I'm kind a confused man... It's hard when I don't own the rMBP (yet). Still waiting for Adobe to announce retina-ready CS suite so I can buy rMBP. If it won't hapen within a month I will buy MBA full-upgraded and go for a new iMac when it gets released. I hope someone out there can help.