I'm beginning to consider getting one the new rMBPs but i'm unsure whether a base 13" rMBP would be equivalent to my current 15" mid 2010 MBP, or if i should go with high end 13" or even 15" with the discrete graphics: My Macbook Pro 15" mid 2010 i5 2,4 GHz 8GB 1067 MHz DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT 330m 256MB 320 GB 5400RPM HDD 120 GB OWC Mercury Electra 3G SSD in the superdrive slot DVD/CD-RW Superdrive in external USB cabinet The most heavy task it goes through are: Music production (Logic Studio 9) DJ'ing (Traktor) Photo editing (Adobe CS6 + Lightroom 4) Video editing (Bootcamp: Win 7 + Sony Vegas Pro 11) I've seen that the Intel HD 4000 scores a bit lower than the 330m: Intel HD 4000 = 470 vs. GeForce 330m = 494. This could be a problem (?). Also the GPU in the 15" rMBP scores way higher GeForce GT 650m = 1274, but even the base 15" is a bit over budget. The only situations where my MBP struggles are with heavy music arrangements in Logic, photo- and video editing (would like to be able to use AE which is close to impossible now, also PS is a bit slow on the 330m) Due to the many tasks the new rMBP should be able to perform (with ease), i also need a bit more HDD space than just 128GB or even 256GB (currently 320GB + 120GB) which the base rMBPs pack, so i'm already thinking about changing the standard SSD with an 480GB OWC. Also if i could run AE instead of Sony Vegas in Bootcamp, i could spare the Bootcamp partition which make up 60GB. What i'm looking for is some knowledge and experienced use with the above mentioned tasks, and how the different rMBPs stand up to these. Sorry for the long thread. Thank you in advance!