This is what I would have done with the new MacBook Pro's as far as processing power goes. I would have a basic 13 inch with a dual core processor and an upgraded 13 inch with a quad core processor. Then I would have a basic 15 inch with a quad core processor and an upgraded 15 inch with TWO quad core processors for a total of at least 6 cores if not 8 cores. I know processor tech is slowing down but there is where you need to be creative and innovate and with the power efficiency of the new processors and if they went back to the thicker case with the larger battery then it is very possible. It's time to get over this thinness and light weight at all costs attitude. Power users want POWER! I'd also put back the magsafe connector and some of the other connectors they took away and add 1 or 2 of the new USB-C connectors. The basic 13 inch would come with 256 SSD and the upgraded 13 inch would come with 512. The basic 15 inch would come with 512 SSD and the upgraded 15 inch would come with 1 TB SSD. My goal on pricing would be the basic 13 inch model coming in around $1,200 to $1,400 and the upgraded 13 inch would come in around $1,500 to $1,700. The basic 15 inch would come in around $2,000 to $2,200 and the upgraded 15 inch would come in around $2,500 to $2,700. How would you have upgraded the MacBook Pros?