I'm looking at getting my first Apple computer since the Apple IIc+ back when I was around 5 years old and I'm not sure what to do. I've got a desktop PC that is pretty powerful and actually has higher benchmark scores than the 2.6GHz 13" rMBP that I'm considering. I have a good bit of games on my desktop PC but have been trying to do more gaming on a console system rather than a computer. I use Photoshop from time to time and edit some GoPro videos and I've never had a issue trying to do either on that desktop. So that leads to my problem...as a PC user, I'm used to having quad core i7s with lots of memory and a huge hard drive but I wonder if it is really overkill on a Mac. I'm looking at the: 13" rMBP with the 2.6GHz processor, 8GB RAM and 512GB Hard Drive 15" rMBP with the 2.3GHz processor, 16GB RAM and 512GB Hard Drive My PC instincts tell me I should get the 15" because it's a beast. But I think in reality, it may be more than I need. The price is also much higher. That leads to wondering they might bump some specs for the rMBP at WWDC that would lower the cost of them. The games just won't be a high quality (graphics-wise) on the Mac so it makes me wonder why I even care about getting Iris Pro with the 750M in it. So it is really worth it to spend the extra money for the i7 and the 16 gigs of RAM for some Photoshop and occasional GoPro editing? Long winded - I know but I'm just not sure which route to take and some tips from users would be much appreciated.