I have a late 2016 nTB baseline MBP (2GHz, 8GB RAM, 256 SSD) and I need to make a decision within the next day on if I will regret my idea, so here it is. I'm a huge financial nut, borderline miser. Sometimes I feel I'm way too cheap because of it. Anyway, I'm thinking about returning this nTB for last generations 13" model which I can get open box from Best Buy right now for $1,056.00. With the return of my AV Dongle and the nTB MBP I will have a savings of $442.00 back in my pocket. The model I'm looking at is like I said last generation and 128GB SSD, 2.7 GHz, 8GB RAM so it is actually an upgraded processor because I believe the baseline was 2.2GHz. I'm a business major right now, I will be running bootcamp however only to run Microsoft Office and a couple other applications. However nothing intensive like audio/video or image editing software on bootcamp. I'm by far mainly a consumer when it comes to use, I would say most of my time in an actual application is either a Microsoft Office program or Quicken Mac 2017. Aside from that, I welcome being able to lose the dongle and have my HDMI port back as I am a cord cutter and do not have cable. Because of this I'm often plugging my laptop directly into TV with an HDMI cable. So, is the savings off $442.00 and having my HDMI port back worth the older generation and other specs I will miss out on?