I'm so glad I purchased my 2015 13" MBP in July of 2015. I think I hit the wave at just the right time. I love it. I think it's one of the best MBPs Apple has made. Suffice it to say, at the rate Apple is innovating and the lack of direction it's demonstrating with product development, I think that, unfortunately, it may prove to be my last Mac. Who ever thought I would get to the point where I would say that, having come from an Apple IIe all the way to 2015 MBP. But, denial is not just a river in Egypt. I have to be a realist and come to grips with the fact that Apple looks at this moment to be capable of offering only a lot less than it used to power and innovation wise as well as value wise. Post 2015 MBP, I do not relish the thought of paying an excessive premium just for an OSX in a pretty package. That's what it amounts to - just the OSX (with a spattering of unsolicited politicized messages surrounding the product line and the company). So, I hope my 2015 MBP lasts for a long time, which will give me the opportunity for a long, slow goodbye (less painful that way). Of course if Apple should awaken again from its present state (?), I will happily be in line for a great offering it may have at that time. At this moment, though, that seems far away, and I'm not holding my breath. I have to keep an open mind and continue to monitor all that is and will be out there even beyond the MBP. One can get stale just being a stick in the mud just the same old blind, brand loyalty. Apple is not the same company I once knew. Some may not remember or be aware, but I remember Apple very well. While I'm at it, I think I would really enjoy the option of a real touch screen on a Mac. I mean why not go all the way rather than half way? I guess, though, that Apple would rather see itself as a leader in technology as opposed to a follower (some kind of pride thing I suppose). It certainly doesn't seem to be leading the way so well right now. Well, I don't make those kinds of decisions anyway, so I guess it doesn't matter.