I currently have a 2011 Macbook Pro, core i7 2.0ghz, 16gb 1600mhz ddr3 RAM, 512 Samsung EVO 840 SSD. It still functions amazingly, but it's too big. I'm looking to replace it with one of this year's models (2017) but I can't decide. The geekbench for my machine still destroys all the current models (within my budget ~$1300) and so I've been waiting to upgrade for a few years. i do mid-level photo/video editing, leave at least 10 tabs open at all times, and that's pretty much it. I don't care for the touchbar, so that's not an issue. Portability is my main desire, so, I'm wondering if I should go with the baseline macbook pro 13.3" or baseline 12" macbook. I was even considering a 2015 or 2016 12" macbook, or the baseline 2016 13.3" macbook pro. But, again, the benchmarks scare me and I don't want to lose too much power for portability. Is it worth to upgrade or should I save for another year and just buy the top of the line 2018 12" macbook that should have newer, better chips? Or what other options should I consider? I don't mind buying refurbished either. Thanks!