I bought a MacBook Pro 13'' TB 8/256 one week ago and I'm gonna take it back because it has a defective up arrow that doesn't register well (I know it's a common issue but it annoys me because I use up&down arrow a lot) Now I am considering if also upgrading to better specs. I bought the 8gb model because I don't use virtual machine, edit big raw files or 4k video. I'm a professional web marketing consultant and I use lot of web app like Adwords, Google Analytics, Asana, Airtable and other. Adwords alone can take up 1,5gb of ram. I use Screaming Frog for crawling website and it can use up to 4gb (or more) fore large web site, usually about 1gb. I also make presentation with keynote and edit small to medium spreadsheet with numbers, and usually I need all this software at the same time to take data from various sources. then the usual background stuff: mail, messages, slack, facebook messenger, Spotify. Sometimes I also do a bit of light graphic design with Sketch and Add on top of this that I'm gonna buy the 5k monitor, that probably will use a bit more of the shared VRAM. After a few days of normal work without rebooting (and using no external monitor) I see 1gb of swap, pressure is on green but on the high side (50% or more) and mission control is often laggy. See attachment for detail. so I have a few days to decide (I can take it back until next Monday). Will I benefit from more ram? is 1gb of swap to be considerated "normal"? How will be in 3-4 years? I'm not gonna change computer earlier then that.