Hi, I'm in the Uk and hope to buy the 2016 Macbook today. This is to replace the 2015 Macbook Pro 13, but I just use it for office / academic work (writing research papers and internet research mostly) so I would prefer the form factor and lightness of the 12". Plus, I really like the pink. :/ But, I wonder if anyone can help me with these questions. I HAVE tried to search, but ether I am a bit dense, or I can't see obvious answers. 1. If I wanted another charger for it (so, one charger in work, one at home), is the best bet the Apple one? Or, do third party charges such as https://www.amazon.co.uk/6-Port-Cha...335&sr=8-2-spons&keywords=usb+c+charger&psc=1 or https://www.amazon.co.uk/Anker-Powe...qid=1463989335&sr=8-10&keywords=usb+c+charger work just as well? I like the idea of the third party chargers for work, because I can charge my iPhone 6s at the same time then. 2. Do more powerful chargers charge it faster? 3. With the above, or the Apple charger, do you nee certain USB C cables to charge it? I'm certainly not paying £25 for an Apple cable (it's a crazy price!), but there are a lot elsewhere and I wasn't sure which work or which don't, for charging. 4. Does the Apple Apple USB-C Digital AV Multipart Adapter allow you to also sync a USB device, like my 6s, whilst charging the Macbook (if the charger is also connected)? But, I assume, not charge my phone? 5. Does that Adaptor allow one to use USB 3.0 USB sticks n stuff? 6. I am still debating the M3 vs. M5. I have read all the benchmarks and stuff, and I am not sure the speed difference is work the extra £200 it is here in the UK. But, one thing would bug me, does the M5 provide a smoother UI experience? I was hoping to run at 1440x900. 7. Is there any conclusive evidence that the 512gb M5 has a faster SSD? Any help would be appreciated! I am tempted to wait for the new Pro's, but on handling the Macbook, it is so light and silent it's hard to resist.