Advice, please... I've been ready to pull the trigger on a fully loaded rMBP 15 for a few weeks. I knew the Broadwell wasn't ready for the 15 for today's special event, but I waited to order anyway in case there might have been some other spiffy little upgrades. Well, as we know now, the rMBP 15 received no love of any kind. That puts me in a bit of a quandary and I could use some advice... 1.) Do I take the gamble waiting for a new Broadwell 15? Or even wait for a possible Skylake release, knowing that it might not even happen at all this year? The Broadwell quad-core processors are supposed to be ready by end of July, so maybe they'll be ready to ship by October? Ugh... I hate gambling. 2.) Do I get one of the new fully loaded Broadwell 13's and save myself a few hundred bucks over a current rMBP 15? 3.) Or... Do I do what I was going to do a month ago and buy a fully decked out 15" that is available now and forget today ever happened. The Force Touch trackpad, faster flash storage, and longer battery life of the new 13 are all appealing, but, as a designer who is often on-the-go, I'm worried about the loss of display real estate. Any advice anyone could give would be fantastic... Also... does anyone know how the new Broadwell 3.1GHz Dual-core Intel Core i7 in the new rMBP 13 stacks up against the Haswell 2.8GHz Quad-core Intel Core i7 that you can get in the 15? (My apologies if I don't have all the terminology right, here... I'm trying to keep up with y'all. Heh...) Thanks!