Wassup Fam! Been a MacBookPro Retina owner since December 2012 now. I am equipped with a 15inch Retina (Mid 2012 Unit) Running, Processor: 2.3 GHz Intel Core i7 Memory 8GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Graphics: NVIDIA GeFore GT 650M 1024 MB Storage: 256 Solid I notice on the Apple website they released three MBP Retina. One of them with the same spec I have but a "UP" (2.4Ghz). I don't understand, did I miss something here..For the same price I purchase my MBPR I see a new one with a thin of a spec difference. Should I upgrade and exchange mine for the new? or Does Apple do things like this on purpose to mess with our Heads? Is there something I don't know about the 2.3 Ghz? I do a lot of work in LightRoom 4, PhotoShop, & starting to do video in Final cut. I have been noticing that when using LightRoom with RAW files of 25-29MP size it tends to take its time loading. I mean not like a big difference..Maybe like 1-3 seconds.. But compared it to when I first got this Machine, it was instantly.. Now it has sorta like a small LAG. Could just be the use of it. Not complaining this thing is a BEAST. But why would Apple "UP" the GHz on the NEW one. BTW, this Beast gets SUPER HOT when using Final Cut X. No Joke, I can cook a Egg on it. I tend to not use Final Cut just because... So for in the long run, should I upgrade my 15" MBPR 3 months old or UPGRADE my RAM to 16GB? Thanks!