hey all, In a little over a week, I'll be changing law firms. I currently practice disability law, and my 2013 MacBook Air base model 128/4gb ram has met my needs. Up until now, I have only really needed god do legal research on the web, annotate medical records (pdf's) with Adobe Acrobat, and word processing for briefs. However, I'm moving into real estate practice and probate law. I now have to run a billable hour program in the background. The new firm uses several Windows-only software programs for title work and real estate work. From what I gathered in my interview, everyone uses windows pc's for this reason. The firm also uses office 365 to share/collaborate/etc documents. My question is this: I am looking at the March 2015 13" MacBook Pro retina 2.7 / 8gb / 256 ssd. Do you think this machine will be enough to install windows and comfortably go back and forth (between operating systems) without issue? Also, I've heard mixed reviews on the amours of lag the 13" retina MBP's have. Is this still an issue or has Apple finally worked it out? Thanks for your input.