Count me perplexed - I have a late 2013 13" rMBP - what was the $1799 option of that time with 512GB SSD. Used to be curious each time MBPs got its yearly refresh before that, but everything that's come out since then makes me yawn and not want to upgrade. USB-C? I got nothing that uses USB-C. I've used every port in my rMBP except for ThunderBolt - USB, HDMI, SD card reader. TouchBar? I'd rather have normal function keys. Thinner? Who cares, I went from a 13" MBA before this to a heavier laptop. No 32GB option to make a 15" desktop replacement anymore attractive. Non-touch-bar 13" are crippled with weaker processor options. Stupid AMD graphics for dGPU in the 15" - just NO for me. Apple for a hardware company just can't seem to produce an iPhone level MBP? Its perplexing to me. If it ran OSX, I'd go out and buy a Razer Blade today. That's the only thing stopping me from switching at this point! But my faithful old rMBP is running just fine, so I'll just soldier on with this lump from 2013 for now. FWIW - I own Apple stock, but its certainly not because of Macs. If it wasn't for the iPhone, this company will be worth 1/100th or less of its current stock value. It just amazes me that Apple can't produce a killer MBP with all the stuff that power users might want. A 14" laptop is my ideal dimensions, something Apple's never done. They figured out how to build a 10.5" iPad Pro but can't figure out how to make a 14" MBP. I could go on and on - but yeah, this is just beyond dumb to me. Even water/spill protection which Lenovo has long figured out would be better addition than the TouchBar nonsense and such.