Hello everyone! I'm new to posting but I have been watching/stalking the forum for a while now, waiting on the new MBP's to be released. I am currently using my 2007 (yes, you read that right...) white 2,1 MacBook. Last time I checked it had about 1200 battery cycles on it. I get about 2 hours of battery at best, but I'm usually working at home so that's not a huge deal. It drags when I have multiple programs open simultaneously (usually just Photoshop and Illustrator at the same time) and takes FOREVER to save large Illustrator files. I've been hanging on with all my might until the new MBP's come out, but on Sunday I spilled half a cup of coffee right into my keyboard. The monitor went black but the laptop kept running. I immediately removed the battery, shut it down and set it sideways in front of a fan, left the house and went to Best Buy. I have been sitting on a Best Buy gift card, and we do not have an Apple here in my small town. Best Buy had a sale, $225 off (making it $1075 instead of $1299) the bottom rung rMBP, which is the one I had been contemplating, I went ahead and bought it but I have not opened it yet. I bought the rMBP, magic mouse, and AppleCare for about $1550 after tax, a big chunk of that was taken care of with the gift card I had. Last night I came home, turned my old MB on and of course, it works FINE except the Enter key doesn't work. I'm wondering if that will come back with time. That machine is an absolute TANK and this isn't the only cup of coffee its taken in the keys. As far as use goes, I do some light graphic design on my laptop - nothing really graphics intense - usually its simple T-shirt Screenprinting design or Cad cut decal vector work. Besides that, just the normal Word, Excel, editing personal photos in Photoshop, etc. I have a 9-5 job but I do graphic design stuff on the side for previous employers in different towns for extra cash. Should I keep the 2015 rMBP I bought this weekend, or tough it out with my old one another month and a half to see what happens at WWDC? Even with a new processor in the new release, I don't see it making a huge difference on what I'm doing. I'm already expecting to see a huge difference in speed from my 2007 to the 2015 so would I really notice or need a bit more? The sale they had at Best buy was pretty good, and I'm thinking I should just stick with the new one. Even if they announce in June, they won't come out immediately right? So its more like 2.5 months I would be waiting for a new one, and would be paying at least $200 more than I did yesterday. The reason that I don't want the new MacBook is the size. I don't think I could go down to the 12" size (and I don't like the idea of not having any extra ports... that weirds me out.) Sorry this is so long .... I need some help taking the plunge and opening that new box! Any advice welcome!!