(think practically, also I'm not spending more than the model listed second) Hi, Just coming here for some advice, in early August I'm planning on buying a MacBook pro. I was going to wait till next year (going to University in September 2013 for computer science) but want a laptop now so I'm going to go for it. I already have a desktop: i7 2600k 3.4GHZ (OC to 4.2), 8GB RAM, GTX 570, 64GB SSD for OS, 1TB data HDD However I fancy getting a Mac, the 2 options are: MacBook Pro 15" - £1343.20 ish (15% discount) 2.3GHZ i7 4GB RAM (I'll upgrade it to 16 a few months after) 500GB 5400 RPM HDD (will install an SSD sooner or later unless I find the 7200RPM fast enough) Antiglare High Definition screen (opinions on this?) OR MacBook Retina 15" - £1664.40 (15% discount) 2.3 GHZ i7 16 GB RAM 256GB SSD * Which machine would you for? I want it to last about 4 years, the extra space on the non-retina and the ability to upgrade is nice but is the Retina really the best option?