I wanted to say after weeks (months?) of hemming and hawing over a new SurfaceBook, I finally took the plunge. I wanted one when they initially rolled it out, but I was happy to hold off - given the initial issues. Overall the computer is a beauty, solid, great feel, the screen is down right gorgeous. The performance is great, but then I haven't really pushed it too much. I loaded Windows Anniversary edition last night (boy that is slow), Office apps and few other things. I'm not knocking Apple, but I think for me, MS has a solid product, and I love the touch screen. I'm sure when Apple rolls out their new updates later this year, they'll be nice but my needs are such that I needed something sooner then later. I opted for the base model, for a few reasons. First, my iMac is my main machine, I don't need a dGPU, 256 or higher storage. Secondly, budget was a contraint. I really didn't want to spend nearly 2k for a 13" laptop third, my mobility needs are different then my day to day needs. Yeah, I'm a bit hesitant to live within 128GB storage but I'll not be loading my iTunes library, nor will I import my LightRoom library, so for how it will be used, I think the storage is more then enough I'll probably look to continue to put it through its paces this weekend and see how long the battery lasts under my usage.