So I thought the force-touch trackpad was going to be totally weird to use, so I went to the Apple Store and was playing with it. The way the presentation made it seem was that it was going to be like a vibrating sensation, but it's not at all. It absolutely replicates a click, and I had to ask to confirm that the machine I was using really had it because it feels so much like an actual click when you press it. It's a total mind freak using it. The way they have them setup in the apple store is if using with one finger, you can soft press and it feels like you're clicking on a track pad, but then if you press harder, it feels like you're clicking again, a deeper click. If using two fingers, you can only press and get the click once, just like a traditional trackpad. I had reservations about how it was going to feel in relation to a real trackpad, but after going in and trying it on a rMBP, I am so sold, it's so cool. The hardest thing to get over is the mental hurdle that you're not really clicking, it's all just a sensation that the track pad is giving that you are. I will say this hasn't gotten a lot of attention because "it just works" but this is definitely a very cool and unique feature I'm excited will come with my new Macbook!