I'm probably going to get the new mbp when it's released but am concerned about hard drive sizes and what people do atm with their mbp's. I have a late 2011 mbp. The first thing I did when I got it was to put the existing spinning HD into the CD drive slot and put in an SSD as well. So, it has a 500GB SSD and a 1TB spinning HD inside it. All good. Could do with a bit more space but I offload photo's and certain audio projects to an external drive a few times a year. Now, I've been following retina mbp's for a while and just gawp at the 128GB/256GB/512GB hard drive sizes! Surely those sizes should be reserved for the Air or un-pro macbook people who just do social media type stuff and write text docs? How do mbp users cope with such eeny, weeny, teeny, tiny hard drives? I assume that there must be a solid, reliable external HD enclosure, but I've used external enclosures in the past and all of them have been terribly unreliable and break within months. People who make music, edit video and any other normal tasks that require actual hard drive space - how do you cope with the tiny SSD inside the current macbook "pro's"? Is there a reliable external enclosure or have Apple really forced us into using their extremely, extremely overpriced BTO option for the 1TB SSD? Thanks.