So I know the whole force touch trackpad thing has been pretty much dismissed as a gimmick of questionable value by most people since it appeared on the rMB. I was pretty much in that camp too, not really seeing that it added a great deal to the user experience. By the way, I'm referring to the force touch gesture where you can "deep" click on something to produce a different action, not just the fake clicking sensation created by haptic feedback... Anyway since having my rMB for a while now, I've actually found that I've started using it a lot.. not so much because I've discovered that it does lots of things I didn't know about before. But for the few things it actually does do, I've found it became natural to use it really often without really noticing how much I was doing so. My biggest use case is when I'm on wikipedia checking out the write ups on films, deciding on something I might want to go out to see, or (legally) download to watch at home. If I'm on the wikipedia page say for "films of 2012", it has become second nature to me to just force click on any film that grabs my eye and have a preview come up of the page in question, which I can just scan over or read to see if it looks good or not. I do this all the time these days, not just with this kind of search but in lots of other cases when browsing, and I have to say.. it has really pleasantly improved the experience of doing that kind of browsing. Makes it feel more efficient and effective of a way of doing things. Kinda reminds me of when I'd be reading an actual book when studying, and sometimes you'd flip to a glossary page or a referenced page that contained more information on what you were reading about, just to peek at it and get some additional info before going back to sequential reading. The other use I didn't think I'd care about but which I am using a lot is the way you can push harder to increase or decrease the forward/reverse controls in quicktime player. This is probably a bit specific to me because I work in film, so I'm often looking at a project I'm working on and wanting to scrub through parts of it quickly to scan to parts I need to see. In general, I was surprised to notice that I actually miss force touch when I'm back on my iMac or on some other computer that doesn't have it. Find myself automatically trying to do it and then going, oh that's right, this machine doesn't do it.. So anyway, was just wondering if regular use of force touch has just crept up on anyone else without really noticing it, like me?