Hi, I need some help picking my first Macbook Pro, any advice would be greatly appreciated. New machines are too expensive so I'm looking at a used Macbook Pro. I have to choose between the following two machines: - Late 2013 Macbook pro 15", 2,3Ghz i7, 512gb SSD, 16GB RAM, Nvidia GT750m. Genuinely immaculate condition, was barely used, battery cycle count less than 50 and no wear on keyboard keys. No apple warranty. - 2015 Macbook Pro 15", 2,2Ghz, 256GB SSD, 16GB RAM, Intel iris gpu. Excellent condition although does have a few scratches on the bottom of machine and keys are starting to go a bit shiny. Still under warranty and I can extend the original apple warranty to three years. $600 more expensive than the 2013 model. The average geekbench scores are very similar, 2013 machine's 12494 slightly faster than the 2015's 12309. Although running geekbench on the individual machines gives a 1400 point performance advantage to the older 2013 model. The older model has a significantly faster GPU and larger SSD although the 2015 model has a faster SSD (I don't think I will ever notice the difference and i prefer more storage space). The older 2013 model seems to me like the better option, cheaper and faster (except for SSD speed) although my only concern is the lack of warranty. What is the failure rate of these late 2013 macbook pro 15" models? I always look after my computers but things can fail and the macbook pro has the horrible system board with everything fixed to it. I am leaning towards the late 2013 macbook pro but I'm worried I'm making a mistake to get a macbook without a warranty. Any wise advice from macbook users with more experience. Should I stick to the more expensive, slower, newer machine with warranty or the older, faster, cheaper option without warranty? Thanks for the help!