I'd really like to know why Apple decided to redesign the Mac Book Pro completely. Why did they replace the hard drives in their Mac Book Pro with Flash Storage? All Mac Book Pros with retina display don't offer you the option of a hard drive anymore, only flash storage. What is the reason behind this decision? With 512 GB being the highest possible storage size being shipped from Apple, and 128 GB being the lowest you are limited to what you can store on your laptop. This means that you can't transfer the 800 GB of stuff from your old Mac Book Pro that has a hard drive to your new Mac Book Pro. You will need to buy an external hard drive, and carry it around with you. Or try another option. I think an internal 2.5" SSD drive might be a bit more desirable then what was done but Apple doesn't think so. So now you have an odd shaped piece of storage inside your laptop, and if you'd like to put in a 2.5" SSD or a 2.5 " HD you're just out of luck. I don't know if I'm the only one who really doesn't like this. It's like Apple is slowly taking away your ability to affordably modify an already extremely overpriced machine. The Apple desktops still ship with hard drives, so are they trying to just make the laptops thinner? Is that's why there's no Ethernet port anymore too? Why do I need one when I have wireless? Why would I need an Ethernet port, when I have Thunderbolt ports that are faster? I guess the RJ45 port isn't widely used anywhere anymore on anything so who needs it on a laptop right? Kinda like why do I need a laptop if I have an iPad? Firewire 400 and 800 are also slower then Thunderbolt, and it looks like they will be phased out and replaced because the Firewire 800 port is gone now too. So time to get ready to upgrade your equipment multimedia professionals if you haven't already done so. Make sure your cameras have a Thunderbolt connection, and if they don't, well hey professional video cameras are really cheap so just throw away your old one and buy a new one right? I don't see this as a machine for certain professionals in the computer field anymore who use a computer. So maybe we can call it the Mac Book Almost Pro? Thank you Apple for making a larger Mac Book Air, and slapping the label Mac Book Pro on it.