A few years ago, I got a MacBook Pro 13-inch. I initially bought a Mac for the OS, and while I loved Mac OS X, I didn't like the hardware that came with it. The MBP was a decent machine, but it did run a bit on the warm side and the aluminum unibody sustained dents more easily than I thought. Additionally, I wasn't a big fan of the glossy screen. I sold it a few months ago and got myself a Thinkpad T420 instead. I dual-boot Windows and a "hacked" version of Mac OS X on it. The only problem with running a Hackintosh is that not all of the hardware has drivers written for it on the Mac OS side of things, complicating matters a little. The Thinkpad is a bit more tough, is not glossy, has MSATA, but other than the slightly increased durability, the build quality remained more or less the same between the two machines. Besides the Mac OS X teething pains on my Thinkpad, I am satisfied by my Thinkpad and will not be buying another laptop until Intel's Broadwell chips come out in 2014. I would consider buying another Mac during that timeframe - but only if Apple ditches the glossy screen and the aluminum unibody in favor of matte screens and a chassis that doesn't dent as easily. Anyone else on me with this one?