Hey guys, just looking for some advice here. I did a google search and found some info that was useful, but that was from June when the RMBP was first released and still in the "first round" of possible problems. As some context, here's some background information: Right now I have a 2011 27" iMac - 3.4GHz, 12GB RAM, 2GB Graphics, 1TB HDD, and also an iPad. I had a MacBook Air for a while which I recently sold since I hardly touched it since buying the iPad. I thought I would give the iMac + iPad combo a try for a while, and ever since school started, I get by OK with this setup. The only problem is, the iPad isn't proving to be the "All-in-One" school companion I was hoping to get out of it. It's great for a lot of my classes, particularly my Microeconomics class where I can draw graphs on the lecture notes with my Jot Pro. I also keep my textbooks on my iPad (using the CourseSmart app) to save some weight in my bag. However, with some of my other classes, having an actual computer that can have multiple windows open at the same time side by side, and being able to code on campus without using the school computers is something I want to be able to do. Having to go home to do my programming work is not that fun. I don't really want to go back to a 2-computer setup, since having to sync files back and forth is a tad harder and more time consuming than iCloud. I guess DropBox would be a good alternative, but either way, a two computer setup is something I want to avoid. The 15" rMBP seems like a perfect replacement if I can get a good sale from my iMac. Not too much power loss (barely any really), and really good portability (the weight pulled me away from the previous MBPs). I would probably still get a TBD sometime in the future to get the larger display, which would probably be my "home" setup. What do you guys think? Should I try to sell my iMac and go 15" rMBP + iPad?