So I went to the Apple store yesterday and bought a top of the line MBP 15" (Vega 20/Core i9/ 1TB/ 32GB RAM). Started up the laptop - all good. So I've decided to torrent a movie and download all the apps I will need. 20 seconds later - the fans kick in! I was really surprised as nothing really intensive was happening. I thought perhaps it's the installations going on, so I waited till they finished. No, it's not the installations! The fans literally kick in at ANY opportunity! I'm literally sitting with one torrent app open, and it's like I'm next to a freakin vaccum cleaner! To make matters worse - it started draining the battely. I'm not kidding, a simple torrent download was eating up like 1% a minute, with fans going full throttle.I've stared using my laptop at 22:00, and by 1:00 it was completely dead. Not even doing anything hard, just downloading stuff. And Apple will get rightfully bashed for still not including energy saving options, especially on these powerful machines. And it gets REALLY REALLY HOT, to the point where I was getting doubtful about keeping it on my laps. Went back this morning and returned it. They might have as well stuck a GTX 1080 inside. Morale of the story - If you are buying the new MacBooks (especially the i9 variations) - get ready to enjoy your vacuum cleaning orchestra every time you touch it.