Long-time listener, first-time caller. I'm currently on a mid-2010 MBP with 4gb and Duo 2.4ghz CPU and I'm looking to upgrade. Had this for six good years but the battery is poor on it and it's not as fast as it was. Been looking at the rMBs for their form factor and screen. It'll be used for browsing, Office stuff and media consumption. It looks perfect for me. My only worry (the keyboard and solitary port don't bother me) is if it'll run the only thing I use which is CPU intensive: Football Manager, which, if anyone who doesn't know it, is a spreadsheet masquerading as the most addictive game ever. I can currently run 3 leagues and a small database of players on it, which goes relatively well but has my fans blowing a gale whenever I play a match. I'd like to run a larger database and a few more leagues, but it'd be unbearably slow. The minimum specs for the game are for a 1.8ghz processor, which any of the rMBs clear when on Turbo Boost. The rMBs also smash my 2010's Geekbench scores, although i am concerned about how they manage a sustained session of FM - would the throttling grind it to a halt? I'd like to know if anyone has experienced the game on an rMB and if so, how many leagues do you run, what database size and how snappy is your game? I'm looking at either a refurbished 2015 m5 or the new m5 seeing as there's quite a big jump with Skylake. I'm also considering holding out for the new MBP, which while overkill for my needs, would be cheaper than a new m5. Thanks in advance for any replies.