Hi guys, I've been spending a good deal of time lurking here in the past few weeks. I received a baseline 2016 MBP 15" with 512gb upgrade, received in late December. I've tried a bunch of things to fix my 4-5 hours MBP battery life; it seems that I'm in the party who received a MBP with bad battery. I've reset SMC, reset NVRAM, monitored with CoconutBattery (I get ~13W draw with just Safari browsing and Spotify streaming and it seems I should be getting less than 7W). The funny thing is 10.12.2 came shipped with my Mac. Of no benefit to the battery. I just did a clean erase + reinstall of macOS Sierra 10.12.2, and SMC rested, and that didn't help my situation. I'm probably going to return the Mac and get a 2015 15" with 512gb. Even with the holiday return policy Apple's not giving me/us much room to hang in there for a battery fix. I can't risk waiting for a fix through an OS update, since at this point I have no idea whether it's a hardware or software issue. Before copping out, I wanted to note a few things: When absolutely idle, draw goes sub-7W. That's the only time it does. Even fresh startup yields 12W. Turning off WIFI has yielded a few watts' decrease. I don't think it's a problem with user applications; maybe it's a kernel process that doesn't even show up in the Activity Monitor that is consuming the most power. Launching/playing Spotify in addition to Safari hardly impacts the power draw. Does anyone have reassurance based on Apple's battery fixes for past MBP's? The first gen rMBP for instance?