By the end of this video review by Anandtech ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94OenZ71ADY ), Shimpi asks; "Well do you buy it?" He explains that the question if not if, but when. He mentions that in 2013 and 2014, Intel will release Hashwell and Broadwell. Both are said to dramatically increase the IGPU (Integrated GPU) performance. HD 3000 in Sandy Bridge was doubled in HD 4000 with Ivy Bridge. At least in theoretical application. The census is right now, that the HD 4000 was not made or intended to run at such resolutions that the Retina display provides. In other words, as said by Anandtech in their review; Remember the Macbook Pro 13? They took out the 320m Nvidia graphics and replaced it with HD 3000. There was no explanation either. From a engineering perspective it makes it easier. Now I am asking - When next years updates rolls around, is there any chance that they might remove the 650m and completely decide to not have discrete graphics in the Macbook Pro 15 Retina line? Advantages; 1) less heat 2) cheaper price 3) more battery The benefits are monumental, and given Apples track record I am afraid they might do it. Hashwells IGPU might be twice as fast as the HD 4000 in Ivy Bridge, but I dont think its enough. Not enough for video editing and not for gaming. I am afraid that Apple might not care, and just decide; "IGPU or go away".