hello. I have been through several macbook pros in the years, and i want/need a new one. Besides the concern of not having dual drives like i have always been able to do, my main concern now is the retina display, and its marketing towards pro photographers, and the use of it by pro photographers. Don't get me wrong, it is an amazing thing and what it can do for photographers, is probably insane. The problem i see and my worries about using a retina display for editing photos is this: Would i be over-editing everything so that it looks good on my new retina display. As in, would i be wasting time and losing money stressing out over the details i can see on my retina display when in fact those details that i wasted time on, stressed out about, and lost money on will never be viewed on anything with such high resolution unless their viewed on another retina macbook pro. how long is it really going to be before this tech is used on everything. Most importantly, no printer can print even close to that, so it would be practically a waste of your time editing photos for print using the retina display. even then, large prints, aren't meant to be viewed closely to even see that detail. also, isn't it possible to think a photo is perfect on the retina display because its so crisp, but in fact it looks pretty bad on a non retina display? wouldn't that be really dissapointing. i have an iPhone4s, pictures that looked crappyish on my non retina macbook pro, looked amazing and stunning on the iPhone 4s. this all seems very confusing to me. what makes it good for editing. i know its good for viewing. is it just being able to have more editing space? cause if thats it, i always use an external display to edit anyways. also, i could see the use for landscape photography on wall size prints, but weddings or journalism, doesn't seem needed or even a good idea. wouldn't it even be like double the uselessness for video since they are moving images, and are always lower quality than stills anyways. seems like artists are going to be losing money and wasting time on their new retinas....its not like we are going to get paid more because we are using a retina display. this is just confusing me. i have been a pro photographer since 2005, and i have a degree in photography (not that it matters to much). so basically is it really good for editing, or is it just mainly for badarse media viewing pleasure. sorry if this all sounds dumb. I'm confused now more than every after typing this.