With the new MacBook Pro pricing increase, I am considering returning my JB 7Plus to help offset the price surge. My main reason is that the value proposition for me upgrading from an unlocked 6S Plus 128GB A1634 to an unlocked 7 Plus 128GB A1661 doesn't appear worth the $400-$500 loss after craigslisting the 6S for $530-$580 (bought it for $1005 after tax in Oct 2015). New 7Plus cost $922 after tax. Like other forum members, I question what upgrades are worth it on the 7 Plus vs the 6S Plus (new home "button" is good, portrait camera 10.1 is ok, haven't had much use for camera telephoto lens other than video zoom, cellular reception same as 6S, A10 is not much faster for my tasks since I don't game or use heavy graphics other than iMovie, Jet Black finish is the main highlight, haven't run into hissing on this week 40 build, SIM card tray not flush by a long shot). So I've been waiting to upgrade my 2012 MBP 15" (first gen with Retina Display), 4.3 years of use and each battery cycle doesn't last long enough for me now. I custom ordered it with upgraded RAM and the price was $2179 and included a $100 gift card for being a student. With interest rates so low the last few years, inflation shouldn't be the main reason for the price hike. For a 512gb SSD size, base i7 processor, and 16GB Ram, new MBP price is $2599. If Apple could've been more generous with base SSD and RAM config (i.e. get rid of 256GB and 8GB and make 512GB SSD + 16GB memory standard for all MBP), then I might not be ranting on this forum and likely returning my 7Plus on last day of the return policy. Thoughts?