I've been a PC desktop user forever. I'm an iOS and MS .NET developer, so I've always had a PC and a MacBook. I do all iOS coding on the MacBook and all .NET development on the PC (if I need to be remote, I'll use RDP to remote into the desktop). All that is fine and dandy, but I am really thinking of upgrading but this year, wondering if I should just go all in and get the maxed out 15" w/external 5k monitor and run windows stuff in Parallels. I've been working around the house a lot and have really enjoyed it! RDP isn't exactly the best protocol and running Parallels native with retina in windows is definitely a welcomed change. Working outside the office, even on the couch is what triggered this "switch". So the question... For those of you that made the switch to only-laptop, any gotcha's to look for or consider? How is the heat? Fan noise? Do you ever miss having something that is always on? Do you miss your dual monitors (I'll still have a 5k at the desk I can plug the laptop into, so maybe not a big deal). Just wanted your opinions. Other people have asked similar questions, but a lot has changed.