Is it just me, or does the touchbar seem to make no sense when it comes to actual usability? When you use any laptop, your focus is on the screen. When you have a touchscreen, you can see what you want to touch, and touch it directly. When you've got keys on a keyboard, you know where you expect things, you can feel for them (being physical keys and having muscle memory), and hit "F8" without distracting your focus on the screen. When you've got the touchbar.... you effectively have a 2nd screen that you HAVE to look at to know where your touching and what your doing, so to compose an email for example, if you want to use the touch bar, the focus of your eyes has to go from the screen, to the touchbar, find the 'compose' button, touch the 'compose' button for example, and then look back at the screen. When you have a touchscreen you just look at the 'compose' button on the screen and touch the 'compose' button. Your focus is where your content and interface is at. Is Apple really getting at an intuitive interface with the touchbar? Or is it really creating a distraction by avoiding putting in a built in touchscreen?