I just want to point out what seems to be an unnoticed and underappreciated feature of the new rMBP. If you compare it with the older non-Retina 15" MBP, they've kept the exact same screen size (15.4"), but the bezel has gotten smaller and this means the laptop's base dimensions became smaller too. It went from 14.35 by 9.82 inches to 14.13 by 9.73 inches. Not a huge difference, but it's still a step in the right direction and I want to point it out and applaud it. It annoys me to no end the pattern in the last few years where newer laptops are being made with increasingly huge bezels (instead of trimming them). Bezels on laptops serve no useful purpose whatsoever (it's not a tablet where you can grab it by the bezel). It's so bad that many of today's laptops have bezels thicker than ones from 10-15 years ago. ---------- It's important to understand that they've reduced the bezel size (and therefore the laptop base size) without compromising the existing screen size, keyboard size, and trackpad size (and speakers, etc.). That's the whole point. Making a laptop smaller by reducing the screen size is a different ballgame altogether, and it poses tradeoffs. Making just the bezel smaller is win-win.