Hey guys, I picked up a rMBP last week and while I'm still in the 2 week return window I wanted to make sure I made the best purchase. So the best for retina resolution is just way too big for me. 1680 x 1050 hidpi was nice, but I felt it should be even smaller so I used switchres to add in a 1920x1200 hidpi resolution. Now I can definitely state that I like the way OSX handles this better than Windows (on windows with these sorts of high res screens lots of text looks very blurry). However, if I have this right, the higher resolution you push in hidpi, the bigger the performance and battery hit. Will this change as the software evolves? It definitely will with Windows, but I'm not sure if it will with OSX. My other question is, has anyone actually tested and quantified how big the performance and battery hits are by using these higher resolutions? I also know that through switchres I can set it at its native display and there won't be any scaling. If I do this, will that mitigate or even eliminate the performance/battery issues? I know everything will look very small in this case.