Hello Macbook Pro Users! It's been a while since I've browsed the MBP thread since I've long gave up my aged '08 15" MBP with a Core 2 Duo years ago, and went with my Late '09 27" iMac (see my signature), and then purchased a few 11" MBA's the past couple of years for travel purposes - so please bear with me with some questions. MY BACKGROUND: I've never been one to really purchase the latest and greatest Macs (as I often look for deals and often browse the refurbs), so I'm hoping for some thoughts on usage of the new generation Macbook Pros. I'm a graphic designer and photographer (and occasional videographer/editor - using my drone and GoPro footage), which with my travel schedule with work, I've been using my trusty Mid 2013 11" MBA for all my design/photo work (which surprisingly my MBA handles pretty well - minus large Photoshop files and RAW photos). Any "heavy" editing is usually done on my iMac, which honestly, it's showing its age and performance. I've recently been browsing for a 15" MBP and looking into getting the 2.5 i7 version with 512gb ssd and 750m graphics card. After browsing the forums and talking to my friends, of course, I get the usual "Just wait for the new version" comment. My question is, how significant do you feel the new revision would be to the current spec I am looking at? I'm honestly not too familiar with all these talks about Haswell, Crystalwell, Broadwell, etc. and its differences, so would waiting for the supposed new generation chip be really that significant in performance? My typical heavy usage is used in the Adobe Creative Suite (mainly Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign), and sometimes Final Cut Pro when the need for video editing comes up. Thanks everyone for your time, and if you've read this far, thanks!