First, I apologize if a similar topic has been posted, but I couldn't find any through my searches. Basically, I'm wondering what you guys think the odds are of Apple increasing the base SSD sizes for the Retina Macbook Pros this year. I currently use an iMac but it's getting pretty old and I've had my eye on a Retina Macbook for a few years. The one thing that's kept me from pulling the trigger is the size of the SSD. I have a ton of photos and music that take up the bulk of my 500 GB hard drive, and I only expect those libraries to grow over the years. From looking on Wikipedia it seems that the base SSD has always been 128 GB for the 13" and 256 GB for the 15". I intend to get the 15" and I can justify upgrading to 512 GB, but the upgrade price for the 1 TB drive seems insane to me. Is it reasonable to expect Apple to finally increase the base size of the SSDs this year? Maybe 256 GB for the 13" and 512 GB for the cheapest 15" model? Or maybe I should just accept that Apple thinks the days of local media are gone and that the amount of storage on computers wont continue to increase every cycle like it used to. I'm curious to hear what you guys think. Thanks!