that the term "Pro" is, has been, and forever will be meaningless? I don't visit MR too often these days, but happened to read elsewhere that new iPhones were down to $99, so I hopped over to check if other things had been updated. Lo and behold, Apple decided to rename the 13" aluminum MBs MBPs (yes, yes, spare me the "upgrades"). Is there any way to make it more blatant that the "Pro" moniker was only ever designed to create artificial hierarchies to justify pricing scales? Or should Apple start renaming their laptops with each generation, while people desperately buy whichever model seems to have the most cachet? I don't mean to gloat, honestly. I'm using a cracked MB from 2007. I dropped out of the upgrade game two years ago, after realizing there were few sane reasons to go through six (yes, six) laptops in a year. To those of you who feel cheated, I can empathize. But really, folks. It would be great if at least a few people learned from this. There isn't any meaningful difference between these laptops. You're paying for a sense of prestige that's not even there. Just buy what you want and be happy with it. Otherwise, you just spend more money propping up the hype machine.