So it looks like the 15" cMBP has gone the way of it's 17" bigger brother. I can't say this is unexpected, but I will say that (for me, at least), it's a disappointment. I ran a 15" cMBP since 2007, my main workhorse, only recently switching for 13" cMBP in 2013. I haven't gone for any of the Retina machines simply because they lack a Superdrive. Yes, I still use CD/DVDs now and then. Mostly DVDs, mostly because I don't store my media in the Cloud or need GB's (or TB's) of storage on my hard drive at all times. I don't want to make this a debate about the usefulness of a Superdrive. I know it's on the way out, technologically speaking, and I know most people here like to stay at the very edge of the Apple curve and are more than willing to drop the Superdrive (or already have). But I'm curious how many other folks are bummed the 15" classic option is now obsolete? Looks like when I get a new computer (as I was thinking to do, since the graphics capabilities of my 13" cMBP aren't enough for my needs), I won't be going Apple for my workhorse. I can see myself picking up an 11" Air one day for portability purposes, but my main machine is looking to be something non-Apple in the future.