I currently have the following setup: - mid-2011 iMac 27" i7 w/ 1GB graphics and Thunderbolt display - late-2011 13" Macbook Pro base model I have upgraded both with SSD drives. I do a lot of gaming (EVE Online and Starcraft II), and aside from that my use is typical home stuff - email, photos, music, movies (watching, not editing), etc. I am quite happy with the iMac, and when I got the Macbook, it was for occasional use while travelling. Since then, I got a new job and now I travel about 50% of the time and am using the Macbook much more than I originally expected. So now I am considering upgrading to a bigger and better laptop to take with me on the road. I would like a larger display and better graphics/gaming performance. I don't really have more cash to put into this, so I have two options I am considering: 1) Sell both the iMac and the Macbook Pro, and use the proceeds to buy a 15" Macbook Pro Retina. At home I can use it with my Thunderbolt display, and then take it with me on the road when I leave. (Question, how does the 15" MBP Retina graphics performance compare with the 2011 iMac?) 2) Sell the MBP only, and use the proceeds to get a 15" Windows laptop with good graphics performance. I'm curious what you all would do in this situation, and why.