Ok, so for those in this forum with a 12" MacBook, has it been confusing enough to figure out what other options there are in charging it with an adapter and cable other than the one provided by Apple? When news first broke that the new MacBook would have a USB-C port to charge, bloggers surmised that it would be more easily powered or charged with any USB-C adapter, even another drawing power from another computer. I bought a USB-C to USB-A cable and tried charging my MacBook with 10W and 12W iPad adapters. It either didn't charge at all, or the battery drained more slowly than if it wasn't connected to a charger. Made sense, since the original adapter is 29W, it's just not getting enough juice to keep the status quo. Forget charging from another computer, 5W-10W is the most power you'll get out of a computer. Amazon started selling adapters from companies like Anker that provide Power Delivery (PD), Quick Charge 3.0 (QC 3.0) and other various higher-wattages or methods with either USB-C or USB-A ports, but the descriptions and/or the user reviews are either sketchy or ambiguous to determine if they will charge the MacBook either slowly or at all. Some manufacturers were bold enough to claim that if it can charge your USB-C ChromeBook, it should be enough to charge your 12" MacBook. The only one I found was just released this week that states it will charge your MacBook at the full 29W: http://www.amazon.com/Anker-Premium-Charger-PowerPort-Delivery/dp/B01D8C6ULO But of course, it's nearly the same cost as Apple's own 29W adapter. Has anyone else tried alternate methods of powering or charging their 12" MacBook? Does it only work well with USB-C cables? Will USB-A to USB-C solutions work at all? How about USB-C car chargers? Other than Apple's solution, it doesn't seem so cut and dry as early articles stated, all of whom never bothered to follow up on their notion that charging with USB-C would be easier than the old MagSafe-style adapters.