Hi Everyone, In early 2010 I bought a 13" MacBook Pro 2.4. It has been an excellent computer, probably the best portable I've ever owned. It has traveled with me across the world, almost every day to university, and here I am typing this post on it. Still runs 100%, though I upgraded to a Samsung 950 Pro SSD, 6GB RAM, replaced the HDD cable countless times, replaced the battery, and replaced the optical drive when the original started burning coasters. The display is still stunning and better than 90% of PC notebooks. Clearly the climate has changed. Apple makes, to me, very strange hardware now. They don't seem to have ports and have features that at first glance I find unnecessary (touch bar). This was not the case on my old MBP, which was actually quite price-competitive at the time. They also seem to be lacking on user-accessible expandability? Storage for example. I run a lot of engineering simulations and CAD in Boot Camp, so I need decent power and storage that can change with the times. I'd like to know what computer you think I should look into going forward. What I value: 1) Stability/Reliability 2) CPU & GPU Power for Longevity (the 2010 13" had the strongest GPU available in that size at the time, at least according to Jobs) 3) Portability 4) Expandability 5) Display I don't need touch or any of these new gimmicks. I know some of you have the new MacBooks and can compare them to the old ones. My 13" was perfect in almost every way. Size was perfect, ports were perfect, etc. I like my iPhone X. Should I buy Apple again?