I love the new trackpad on the new MBP 15. The size is great on its own, but combined with BetterTouchTool it becomes an amazing tool for me. I use Photoshop and with BTT I have the Trackpad set up to: Undo with 2 finger taps (just like Procreate on my iPad!) Resize the brush by tapping on corners or tapping with 3 and 4 fingers Change views by tapping with 5 fingers Reset view by tapping on the bottom of the screen Activate tools by 2 finger force-clicking All that in addition to zooming, rotating and panning with standard gestures. It practically replaces all the express keys on my Wacom Intuos. Of course, all of this was possible on previous trackpads as well, but the size allows for even better gestures and more precision while working. And it's great that these gestures are set to work in Photoshop only, so they don't interfere with other apps (you can set gestures for each app individually) I don't have issues with palm rejection, I don't understand how some people say they are constantly having problems and that the trackpad is too large. The size of it is a significant boost to my productivity. The more I use the new MBP, the more I find these kinds of boosts. I don't want to get into that whole "is it for pros or not" argument again, but I keep finding very practical new ways to use my MBP for work. And these are exactly the things I keep mentioning here - I would take a laptop with a great trackpad over a laptop with a gaming GPU any day. I am in no way affiliated with BTT, but I really think it may be useful to a lot of people. I suggest you give it a try. It's easy to configure and it's really worth it.