All right I just registered cos I wanted your opinion and feedback guys here. I have a wonderful 13" MacBook Pro from 2010 with 512GB SSD and 8GB of RAM which I use daily (10-12 hours) in the past almost 10 years now for programming/coding. It works great but in the past few weeks it started to wear down so while I'm aware of the issues with the recent hardwares I said why not and bought myself a 13" MacBook Pro with touch bar. It just arrived a few days ago and it feels so different than the old one. Much thinner, more powerful (less fan spin ups), better looking little machine. So I have turned this on and I immediately noticed that even though the screen size supposed to be the same, the texts and overall everything is much smaller than on my old one.- Looking at the settings the default is 1440x990, setting this to 1280x800 made things better while 1024x640 is just ugly so I decided to keep this on 1280x800 and now things are larger but I feel its still smaller than on the old one. I compared the computer and from outside the screen seems to be identical physically, just the body got smaller over the years. All in all, the question: Is there anybody using this new 13" Retina MacBook for work for +10 hour daily in the past at least 2 years? Is this okay for a long term? I'm worried about my eyes. Maybe it just that the whole thing feels much smaller what I had and it will go away. I seriously started to consider switching this to a 15 inch but I really like it's portability. Share your feedbacks please, thanks.