My 2015 MBP recently broke down and was replaced by Apple for a 2018 MBP. I just have to vent somewhere about the controls on this machine. It's infuriating trying to use the oversized trackpad. My palm is constantly clicking it. In order to properly use it I need to set my palm sideways with my elbow flared out in a 120 degree angle, or I can only rest my palm on the outer edge of the machine that's about 1/4" wide. And regardless of all of that my palms still click it. How the hell did this pass user experience testing? I can't believe current mac users have been dealing with this for years since the 2016 release. You must be losing your minds. I'm only a few days in and I'm already losing my sanity. The touchbar is complete garbage that gets in the way of using the computer. The keyboard is substandard, and the arrow keys have an improper layout for absolutely no reason. These machines are significantly less usable than the average laptop. Why was any of this necessary? Standard keyboards, standard trackpads and F-keys do their jobs well. I feel like I'm using a cheap toy with a shiny finish that can't handle the demands of someone who can move their hands quickly and needs to be able to move around accurately. Everything about this user experience is diminished and below the standard of an average notebook. This is not a premium experience. I cannot believe how delusional Apple is, and I cannot believe that this product was allowed to hit the shelves. I'm honestly going to have to sell this machine to someone else. It's just that bad. I don't know what I'll get to replace it, but I know that this is damn near frustratingly unusable. At this point Apple have forced me to migrate to a different platform because this machine is like a hacked together prototype rather than a professional grade device.