Hi Guys, Long I have been made to understand that if I want longevity out of my Macbook Pro, If I want the Macbook Pro to last longer I should avoid buying a machine with a dedicated GPU there are too many GPU failures and the fact that it generates too much of heat for the other components to fail on the Motherboard. I am contemplating buying a 15" rMBP one which is the entry level for 2016. But Apple has put me in a Cache 22 situation by only making a 15' rMBP with dedicated GPU. I am now in a fix I dont wanna give up on a 15' rMBP because of the Screen Real Estate. is my fear Justified ? Will My Fear come true ? I am looking to use my Macbook Pro for 5+ Years. Do you guys think the current 15' rMBP with the dedicated GPU may fail or generate too much heat to cause problems for other components on the motherboard to fail. It has happened to me in the past where my Sony Vaio discreet GPU caused my display to go corrupt. Any thoughts ?