Hey guys, just wanted to write a quick review on the rMB 2016 I bought a few weeks ago. I ended up getting the highest end model, M7 processor, 512 MB, 8 gb Ram. First of all I love how portable it is. It's quickly become my most used computer. I also have a very fast computer, and lenovo laptop, but I find myself using this new Macbook most often now. The only time I've been using my laptop/computer now is for video games. I love how well the rMB fits on my lap just about anywhere. I really like the keyboard, and track pad. I thought I wasn't going to like the keyboard, but now I love it! I actually feel weird going back to my laptop or computer keyboard, because all the travel they have just seems excessive now. The track pad is really cool, it's pretty trippy how when rMB is off, it doesn't even click. The screen is absolutely beautiful, and the speakers are great. Comparing it to my gfs macbook air, I'm glad I spent the extra money on the rMB, it's just a much better looking machine. On the Air I feel like I'm on an old clunky rig, and the screen is horrid in comparison. Onto it's performance.. I think it's a bit strange how many bad reviews I've read on the performance of the rMB, because there isn't anything I've had trouble with on this machine. I've started editing all my 1080p videos on here with no issues at all. No buffering, runs smooth as butter ( I'm using Final Cut Pro X) Been using Photoshop with absolutely no issues either. Can run many tabs on the internet while doing other tasks with no problems either. Those are the things I've mainly been doing on here, other than some word documents and email as well. I'm just very impressed with this machine, and I think anyone hesitating to buy it, listen to reviews of people who have purchased it, and not just making assumptions off its specs. The only cons I have are that, the screen attracts dust pretty easily. It gets a little warm during times I'm doing ALOT, but even then it's still cooler than my lenovo. All in all I'm very happy with the 2016 rMB, and it has become my go to machine now for just about everything other than gaming.