The classic MBP got a good spot in business for a number of Startup, Mid-Sized companies, and even large corporate companies such as Google, Facebook,...etc. What about the retina MBP? The 2,880 x 1,800 resolution is probably more critical and important to the creative set than it would be for everyday consumers or folks working for high-tech/IT companies. Steve Jobs vividly explained his annoyance with corporate IT managers who make purchasing decisions in a fireside chat with the Wall Street Journal columnist Walt Mossberg at the D8 conference (source): What I love about the consumer market and I always hated about the enterprise market is we come up with a product, we try to tell everybody about it and every person votes for it themselves. They vote yes or no, Jobs said. The enterprise market, its not so simple the people that use the product dont decide for themselves. The people that make those decisions sometimes are confused. Will Apple have success with its new pretender? Will it lose business market if the classic MBP disappears?