Now that Apple has clearly laid the groundwork for a complete, non-upgradeable laptop lineup, how do you feel about being told you don't need to get inside your MacBook anymore? When 3rd party SSD prices hit rock bottom and you salivate over those $399 1TB drives, will you pry your machine open (setting off alarms in Cupertino) and install one anyway while voiding your AppleCare? Oh wait... 3rd party SSD's won't fit. Ok, I'm ranting. But this decree by Apple really hits home for me. In the past I thoroughly enjoyed the flexibility to upgrade my RAM from 4gb to 8 and finally 16 when I could afford it and when a good deal was found. Same goes for the stock 128GB HD drive I upgraded to 512, then 1TB and finally to a sweetly priced 512GB Crucial M4. Seriously. What is this crap? I could understand this concept in the Air line because those are general consumer machines and one could skip them altogether and just trade up to the pro line. I can also understand what they did to the new Retina 15"... pricing aside, it specs out pretty well... but to seal the damned thing off? In a "pro" machine? Forever? It's clear Apple wants to move away from internal expansion for everything they sell so when our drives fill up we can all merrily start paying for iCloud accounts but did they have to make that motive so obvious? It kind of pisses me off. Two days ago I pictured being a Mac user the rest of my life because of the amazing engineering and build quality. Not so sure anymore. Never dreamed they would keep me from looking under the hood. End rant. Remember, I'm Krazy. Carry on!