Confusingly, someone had the bright idea to start changing the shortcut names of our beloved MacBooks around and I've been gone for a while only to return to this sillyness. 1. rMBP 2. uMBP 3. cMBP (???) I have seen other people get confused and ask for clarification, and even I myself got confused. And if III get confused (rare), then you DEFINATELY know something is wrong. First of all when you say "classic Mac Book Pro," the first thing that comes to mind is: Second of all, the logical fallacy comes from thinking, "well the new rMBP is still unibody so we can't call the previous one that because they are both unibody." Um hellllloo. Obviously since retina Mac Book Pro (rMBP) is designated for the new one, then why the heck would one need to differentiate anymore?????? If the new invention is retina, and we call it rMBP, then keep the old one based on ITS' main invention: The Unibody. You can still call it a uMBP because what are you gonna confuse it with? The old old ones? The new ones? No. If anything, don't call it classic because that's not even the original classic. The classic designation REALLY is incorrect because it misleads you to a whole 'nother era --especially since we have been using uMBP for almost a decade since unibody was invented. Now that retina is invented we go from there, but the change is both baseless and illogical. Please stop using cMBP and go back to uMBP when referring to the previous gen. The patterns are based on what era the major design invention was debuted, so let's stay consistent with that. I dunno what you guys were thinking when whoever started this started this. I sure didnt approve of it.