Hey guys, A few days ago I had my June 2012 Macbook Pro stolen out of the trunk of my car. Quite upsetting, but the good news was that my insurance would cover the cost of an equivalent replacement. The model I lost was MC975LL/A @ $2199: Retina / Core i7 2.3 GHz / 8 GB RAM / 256 GB storage / dual graphics processor (NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M + Intel HD Graphics 4000) I sent the insurance company the receipt of my purchase and their claims rep said the equivalent purchase today would be this base MBP Retina / Core i7 2.0 GHz / 8 GB RAM / 256 GB storage / Intel Iris Pro Graphics When I saw that, I emailed the rep back and mentioned that the retina display that I lost was 2.3 GHz, and not 2.0 GHz and her response was: "The model I used matches all the specifications on your laptop as far as hard drive etc. While I did use the 2.0 Ghz it now includes retina display, which assists in the overall processing time. To my understanding the 2.0 Ghz with a retina display is equivalent to a 2.3 Ghz without the retina display." 1. I don't think she realized the MBP I lost was also a retina display 2. Not 100% sure, but my first thought was what she said about the retina display assisting in overall processing time is bogus Problem: Although models and pricing have been shifted around since I first got my retina MBP in June 2012, it seems to me that the equivalent model would actually be this one.. one which has a dual graphics processor. The problem is that it retails for about $400 more than what I originally paid for my laptop in 2012. I just wanted to run this by you guys before I make that argument to see whether you all agree about which model is equivalent to the one I lost. If you disagree, could you help me figure out which model I should be arguing for? Thanks guys, really appreciate all the help you've given me on these forums.