Hey Guys, Have been a long time reader of this forum, but just decided to join today as I'm hoping the forum can provide some advice on a decision I'm trying to make between the 2015 MacBook Pro 13" vs 15". Cost is definitely a consideration. Background For the last three years I've been using a 2013 MacBook Air Ultimate (i7, 8GB, 512GB SSD). With the air being discontinued I felt it might be best to upgrade (love getting new tech) so I ended up selling it last week for $1050 CAD ($780 USD for American folks). The Decision I've not largely ruled out the 2016 line of MacBook Pros due to the lack of ports. That takes me a year backwards to consider Apple's line-up of computers: OPTION 1 Brand new sealed 2015 MacBook Pro 13" base model (i5 2.7Ghz, 8GB, 128GB SSD) through a friend for $1200 CAD ($895 US) all-in. I'm a little worried that a 128GB SSD is going to find me running out of space - but I'm not sure I used much more than around 150 gigs or so on my MacBook Air. Is anyone making it work with a 128GB drive? How are you finding it? Price wise this seems like a pretty nice savings compared to Apple's current retail price. OPTION 2 Used mid-2015 MacBook Pro 15" (2.5GHz i7, 16GB, 512GB SSD) and 2 GB graphics card for $2000 CAD ($1500 USD). Supposedly the computer is in great condition and only has 42 cycles on the battery. It would be nice to have the extra screen real estate but on the other hand AppleCare only covers the computer until January and I'm worried about the cost of the repair should I run into any issues. KICKER I also have an iPad Pro 12.9". Should I just get rid of the computer altogether and work from an iPad? My usage is email, skype, music streaming, light adobe CC, and productivity (excel, powerpoint, word). I think some stuff like designing web pages etc would be pretty difficult on the iPad so likely not a good optin. If I'm approaching it from the standpoint of resale value in a year or two's time - which is going to be my better option? Thanks for humouring my dilemma. Look forward to hearing everyone's thoughts.