Hi folks, This weekend my MBA 2013 i5 died because of a cup of water. Repair it wouldn't be worth the money I think. Because of this I'm looking for a new Mac. What I have to say is, that my MBA 2013 with the i5 processor always was enugh for my needs, until today. I never had the feeling that the system was to slow. Everything was fine and I was totally happy with that MBA. But I'm a little bit disappointed that Apple stopped to add innovations to the MBA series. Seems to me that they decided to let it go. Because of this I don't whant to buy an other MBA right now. I'm wondering if the Macbook m3 will be good for me (I know, at first I will check out the keyboard at the Apple Store, and also the only one USB-C Port is not a big probem for me ). I'm going to use the system for the following: OS X - of course. But what I hate is a GUI that wont work fluidly and has shuttering anoimations. MS Office 2016 (mostly creating (small) Documents with Word) Tools like DEVONthink, Things, Curio iTunes for music and film playback (up to 1080p - don't need 4k for now) Video streaming (Youtube, Netflix, ...) A little bit of xcode (doesn't matter if the compilation of the code needs a few seconds more) (Lightroom, more or less). Gaming (well, very simple games like old ones with dosbox or adventures like Day of the Tentacel, deponia, ...) Steam InHouse Streaming I also have a powerful Windows machine that I use for Softwaredevelopment and Gaming. Lightroom can be moved to that machine, too, so it is not a dealbreaker. The video streaming (e. G. netflix) should work without shutering on an external 1080p tv. And it would be very nice, if the Steam InHouse streaming works in the same way. Well, will all of that work fine with the Macbook m3? Thanks for help Marc P.S.: The m5 is not an option for me, because I don't need the more of storage. And a 13" MBPro Retina is cheaper than the m5. Also, waiting to the upcomming WWDC isn't an option, because I need that MacBook in the next few weeks, now next few month.