I know the MacBook Pro's haven't been updated with Haswell, but that makes me think... should I buy a base 13" Air with Haswell now and next year, pick up a 15" MacBook Pro with Broadwell? I'm only thinking that because Haswell still uses a 22nm architecture and Broadwell will use a 14nm architecture which could point towards a redesigned MacBook Pro. If I buy a $2000 laptop, I want it to look current for a number of years, and if Broadwell is introduced with a black aluminum MacBook Pro, I'll hate myself. What do you guys think? I mainly use my laptop for school, I would love to edit videos and create some music with Logic on the go, but I have a Windows desktop that still has some kick in it (Core2Quad, 2.34Ghz w/8GB RAM). ---------- Also, this will be my first Mac that I'd keep as a personal machine, and if needed, how much would it resell for in about 10 months from now? If anyone has experience, how much do Apple computers depreciate by? Or should I just keep it as an email machine along side a broadwell Pro if I choose to go down that road?