Hello everyone, I have a mid 2010 MBP i7 6,2 2.66 with just starting GPU panics. I just looked in console and I have 2 in this month of May. Which I just noticed it probably could have been longer but I just noticed. I have read a ton of threads on this in MacRumors and other models with GPU issues. The MBP is very usable I am typing this thread using the GPU on an external display. I use the MBP basically docked 100% of the time. I do travel with it but at home it is basically docked. What I mean by docked is just lay flat on my desk with a dongle for the HDMI, external drive, ethernet, etc connected to the ports. With Apple's track record with dGPU's on MBP not all that great. Should I just shop for a MBP without dGPU? With today's integrated graphics should we just stick with that? I work in IT but in a Windows shop. I use my MBP daily at home for remote support. I have been VERY happy with it. I bought it new in BestBuy during Black Friday sales back in November 2010. Without a doubt it has been the best laptop I have ever used. I have upgraded with a Samsung SSD 1TB 850 Pro this year, and Crucial 8 GB of RAM. The RAM upgrade was instant when I purchased the notebook back in Nov 2010. I did a HDD upgrade from the 500 GB 5400 RPM drive to a 1TB 7200 RPM drive. The SSD upgrade was just done this year as I waited till SSD's dropped down in price. I am curious what your thoughts are in purchasing a MBP with or without dGPU today? I am just trying to get some ideas when it is time for me purchase one. My MBP is very usable but wish it didn't have the GPU panics. I only have 2 this month so it is not disrupting my work flow at the moment. BTW I love the rMP and the new MBP form factors. It will be a big change with the ports, but I am sure I could adapt. Curious to hear your comments! Thanks!