So the new Macbook, and the new 13" rMBP for that matter, have the force click feature that has a vibrating motor beneath the trackpad to replicate the feeling of clicking. I've noticed that most of my clicking isn't that just to click but hold and drag something. That's why I feel it is necessary to have an actual mechanism that "goes down" a bit instead of a motor that vibrates once to replicate a click. I'll still have to see one in person to make a final judgement but seems I'll have to get used to not clicking and dragging but double tapping and dragging. Not that I'll be getting the new Macbook or anything but it is obvious this is the way of future Macs with trackpads. It would be stupid to go that way with the external bluetooth trackpad though. Just my 2 cents.