My MacBook Pro 2011, which I invested a new SSD and 16Gb of RAM just crashed and nothing is booting up. I'm thinking it's the GPU since apparently there's been articles on it and my computer's symptoms are extremely similar to those. I'm going to Apple later today to see what they'll do. However my folks kindly offered to buy me a new MacBook Pro. They told me that even if Apple can fix it, they know they'll charge me and don't want that since I'm in school and putting something a brand new GPU isn't worth it for something old. But as I looked at the new Retina models, I noticed they're not user upgradable after purchase. What should I do? I know I probably shouldn't be picky since my parents are generously offering to get me a new one, but I guess since I've been exposed to the speed of a solid state drive and RAM it's been nice. Also they want to buy the new one at a store, so I think they only have default models right?