I guess I can't be the first one asking this question. I am in NEED of a new laptop, and I have exactly 2 weeks to make a purchase, not longer than that. But I am having a VERY hard time deciding between the 13-inch Retina Macbook Pro or the Macbook. I could make do with the USB-C as I hardly use a USB thumb-drive anymore. I haven't owned one for a couple of years now. And the fact that there is only 1 USB-C port doesn't bother me THAT much. The ONLY issue I have with the Macbook is the 480P FaceTime camera. I have to say, this is a bit of a problem for me. Basically, the Macbook Pro is a winner. It only loses in size and weight. My laptop usage would be watching movies, sending e-mails, surfing the web and working with documents. I don't play video games and don't do any sort of photo and video editing. I love how the Macbook is so light and small. I do have one other concern about it though. I've previously used a Macbook Pro, and I found that after saving many documents and taking up space with some apps, that when I upgraded the OS, the frequency of a slight lag and the rainbow wheel popping up increased. This annoyed me a lot as it was the highest spec Macbook Pro 15-inch, and that it would lag a little and the rainbow wheel popped up as much as it did. I mean, why did it happen after updating the OS? Will this issue be WORST if I get a Macbook? Considering that it happened to a 15-inch Pro, I'm thinking that it could be worst on the Macbook as it has less power. I am in such a dilemma right now. Specs or Portability? If someone here tells me that the OS update won't lag the Macbook and that the 480P camera is good enough, then I'm sold on the Macbook. But if either one of these is an issue to existing Macbook owners, then I'm going for the Pro. So current Macbook owners, are these two issues a problem?