I'm no patient man. I've been working on this character flaw but still need a bit of help from my friends on this site. It's time for me to upgrade my Mac mini (2011). While it's a nice little machine and the best I could afford a few years ago, my needs now have outgrown it. I've been creating around 1-3 10 min. video's weekly on this dual core i5 Mac mini with 8GB of RAM without any problems, but I wouldn't have mind it being a little snappier and usable while encoding stuff. But I need (and want) something I can take with me, for myself and some client work. 15 inch machines are both too big and probably too expensive for me. I'm currently looking at the 13 inch rMBP (the more expensive one). I'm a bit hesitant about the Intel HD 4000 though (while it did serve me ok on the mini), but I wouldn't really mind getting something like that Elgato H.264 dongle to take a load of the laptop. I'm pretty sure I know the right thing to do, wait till after WWDC to see if and what Apple will bump. I've heard new processors should also include better (integrated) graphics, but I'm not sure if we can expect those in the 13" one? So my question is, am I right to wait till after WWDC or should I spend the coming weeks finding a good deal on the higher end 13" rMBP? Also, it's quite important I buy and pay for a new machine before June 20th (because of tax-deduction reasons). That should give me 10 days after WWDC but only if Apple makes orders available on the (newer) rMBP's. Also, I'm currently hesitant to buy the rMBP even with a great deal because of what I heard about it not being able to handle scrolling on websites (like G+ and Flickr) properly, anyone able to shed some light on that issue? Ok thanks so much for reading and hopefully willing to help me figure out the right path to getting my next machine.