Hi everyone, I've been going back and forth. Had a 2009 Macbook Pro, that is now retired. For two years, replaced it with a 2nd hand Lenovo Thinkpad T420s, however the graphic card broke on me three days ago. Now I'm looking to return to Apple. Currently, I'm building up my business as an animal photographer. I don't know if it'll take off, but photography is a big part of my day to day work with a computer. What my computer needs, aside from mobilty and 15": - Photoshop CC, InDesign CC and Lightroom Classic CC - Handle 30MB RAW files and 200MB PSD files easily - Probably handle some light video editing in the future Basically, I think any Macbook Pro with any CPU, 16 GB ram and 512 GB SSD should be suitable. BUT... now there's my but: Those things are not upgradeable. If I spend that money, I expect it to last a few years. And when it comes to "future proofing", I don't know how to approach the middle ground between a sensible choice and saving money. Would I need a bigger CPU? I think 32 GB ram should be in there. 512 GB SSD should probably still be fine, since I store everything on two external SSDs. How about an updated graphic card? I'm really confused. And then I go back to a refurbished Macbook Pro from May 2015 with retina display for 1.909,00 €: 2.2 GHz Quad-Core i7, Intel Iris Pro Graphics, 16 GB ram, 256 GB SSD - but those things would be upgradeable, yes? I keep runing in a circle and I need a reality check from people who are more informed about Apple's Macbook Pros. Any advice on what's really necessary for my needs, what makes sense for durability and what is only nice to have, is so appreciated!