While I'm disappointed along with everyone else the fact of the matter is my 8 year old computer is no longer relevant or capable. I need to get one of these new pros, and I would like to have it last at least 5 years. The main things I'd be using it for are general school task in college, but primarily music production. I run pro tools, but I'm interested in using logic pro as well. I've fairly new to music production, and as such I don't really know how demanding my projects will become. Lastly I might do some light gaming, but I've been consistently reducing my play so it's by no means a necessity, but I'd like the capability for modern games. Now looking at the different configurations I've been cycling through a few ideas, but I'd really appreciate feedback from others. I'm definitely getting a 15". My options are: 2.6GHz / 512 SSD / Radeon Pro 460 2.6GHz / 1TB SSD / Radeon Pro 450 2.7GHz / 512 SSD / Radeon Pro 460 2.7GHz / 512 SSD / Radeon Pro 455 I think my questions are would the .1 CPU bonus noticeable improve my capability? I know that it increases the cache size by 2 GB, but I'm not sure well versed in understanding CPU so I'm not sure what that does for me. Then there's whether 512 is enough room for some sample libraries, because I haven't actually gotten any yet but am looking and would like them to be portable, but I'm not in need of excessive samples. I'm just wondering if an average amount of samples would fit with room for other things on the 512. Lastly, since I won't be using a monitor for the light gaming I do, would the lower dgpus be able to run moderate to high setting modern to near future games? Well that's it, thank you to anyone who take the time to respond!