After using this new 13" MacBook Pro (no Touch Bar) for about 80 hours (not continuously of course!) I will be returning it. I wanted to love this new machine I feel this machine is a step in a direction that I am not ready to play along with. Keyboard It’s actually not bad! Perhaps typing on the 15” model will be more comfortable (spacing) but I’ve come to enjoy the hard feedback while typing. It definitely took some time to get used to. On this keyboard I tend to input typos when typing fast and sometimes at log-in. I used one of those web wpm tests and found that I make more errors on this MacBook than on a regular keyboard. Trackpad The larger trackpad does not inhibit use via palm touches while typing or other use but its core functions don’t always work. Three finger drag is unreliable and I’ve experienced many issues with normal clicking and dragging. I hope Apple addresses this issue via a firmware update. New Ports & Everyday Use Aside from a few issues, this performs and feels like a quality Mac should. It does all the tasks my iMac workstation does with the added (amazing) portability and battery life. However, once you unplug the dongles/dock to use it on it's own, that’s where the bells and whistles turn into inconveniences. I really missed having USB ports available, dongles become a mess very quickly. In the future when cameras and other devices have USB-C onboard or if I were to upgrade everything to USB-C this will not be a problem. For now, this machine feels more like an iPad. It can perform and handle tasks but it requires different dongles to make it happen.