Ok, about 5 hours ago I got off the computer and got some exercise in on the treadmill. Then I drank a few beers, flirted with the wife, and then...let's just say that I relieved some stress. It does wonders to step away from the intense negativity that is flooding these forums right now. I love everything about the new MBPs except for the fact that the max RAM is and always will be 16 GB. Actually, I was pretty irate about that fact. Now, after some stress relief and time away, I'm trying really hard to take a logical approach to determining if I can make the new MBP work or if I need to put on my big boy pants and cancel the order and wait until Apple offers 32 GB of RAM. Time and research will tell. Tomorrow, I'm going to carefully study the Activity Monitor while I process Canon 1D X Mark II full-frame 35mm video at 4K 60 fps while simultaneously processing a multitude of 65 mp Canon 5DsR files. Granted, since I'm using older hardware it's not a proper comparison, but I want to see how much RAM I really consume in these two activities, which I routinely perform on my laptop about 120-140 days a year. Aside form my own personal testing, can anyone offer sound advice on the RAM situation? If I can assure myself that 16 GB of RAM will mostly work for the next 3 years, then I'll keep my order. If it can't, then I will cancel my order. Any and all thoughts are welcome. Thanks!