After some time with my MacBook, and enjoying it greatly, I've decided to replace it with the iPad Pro. The MacBook is a great computer and has a wide range of uses! That said, an iPad Pro will replace it entirely and actually do more than it used to do, at least in my case - taking notes at meetings, browsing the web, and managing emails. As an added bonus I'll be able to also do my drawing and doodling on it! The only thing I'm losing from a functionality standpoint is the terrific keyboard, the ability to run Xcode, and some video games. What I gain - even more mobility, the Apple Pencil (which is on order but will be delivered soon enough), the mobile games I enjoy, and a terrific sound system for watching videos on it - far outweighs what I lose. In many ways, this realization makes me as surprised as anyone, as I certainly loved the MacBook at the beginning. Over time, I stopped playing video games on it and started playing them on my gaming system instead, and I never ended up running Xcode, and though I'll miss the keyboard, I'll manage. Figured I'd share my experience with the MacBook, as someone who definitely enjoyed his time with the MacBook. It simply fell short of being a machine that was something I wanted to keep.