Hi, since one can't change the internal SSD from the MBPr I wonder - or better I'm concerned - what will happen when you have a SSD failure after 3 years apple care? I guess you know this, but SSDs have limited write cycles. For example: The Crucial m500 ( a good SSD) only ensure to write 72TB (that's 40gb per day over 5 years). Working with 4k videos create a lot of written data on the drive (yes I think it might happen to hit the limit after 4+ years). So far as I know apple don't use any server grade SSD which can have much higher write cycles. Does anyone know if one can repair/change the internal SSD at Apple in case of such a failure? As a professional I'm really not to happy with Apples latest decision. I need a new mobile workstation, but I'm not too sure about the MBPr 15" any more. I'm not so excited to spend 3000€ on a machine which can easily killed by a hard drive failure.