Hey guys, I recently sold my current MBP to a relative and that means I need a replacement. The prior model was a late 2013 15" MBP, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, dedicated graphics. I bought this configuration as I wanted a fully outfitted laptop for whatever I may encounter. But after 3 years I realize I've never used this computer to its full potential. I mainly use my iMac for anything that requires a lot of horsepower and use my MBP for things like surfing the web, watching video, occasionally playing a game, and to just have something when on vacation. Based on this I think I should reconsider my former strategy and get something more lightweight and cost effective. First, I've decided to go with the 13" model for portability. I also would like the touch bar and the upgrades that go along with it. I am going to cut down on the RAM from 16GB to 8GB. The last thing to consider is if I should downsize from 512GB SSD to 256GB. The total used space on my iMac (has all my data, apps, etc.) is 350GB. So, this wouldn't fit on a 256GB SSD on the MBP should I decide to get rid of the iMac in the future or just want all my data on the laptop. But I wonder if this is a real concern. Any opinions here? On the other hand, I could instead get a fully decked out 15" MBP and get rid of the iMac as well. This may have been where I was headed years ago but never implemented it. However, there are some big negatives to this arrangement. The iMac already does a great job and has a 27" screen, 24GB of RAM, 512GB SSD, 4GB Dedicated Graphics. So this works well for playing games and any other heavy lifting I may need. In my experience, the MBP no matter how well it is appointed, isn't that great for playing games. I'd also have a bigger, heavier laptop to carry around. Worse, if it were ever lost or stolen I'd have no computer for a while (until replacement). Any thoughts?