There seems to be a lot of doom and gloom these days surrounding Apple. Don't get me wrong there's always been the doubters, haters and prophets thinking they've got it all figured out and the company will be dead in no time, only to turn around and see them completely flip the industry on its head with a lucrative idea. But I will say that this year, well, I don't think they're necessarily wrong. The MacBook "Pro" pissed off a lot of actual pros--photographers, video producers, recording artists--due to the shift to exclusively using USB-C, 16 gig cap on RAM, and the battery issues. What do you guys think? Is Apple really making fatal decisions, or are their customers just in a heavy disagreement with them and it's caused them to hit a bit of a slump? I'd be lying if I said the Surface wasn't starting to look good to me now... A personal computer with great pen support, battery life and portability? AND it's a powerhouse that can replace my current 13" MacBook Pro and iPad Pro in one fell swoop? I like the sound of that. I'll probably never leave the iPhone though, and I could always do a Hackintosh on Surface to get most of my Apple ecosystem back.