Hey folks. I've just gotten my Retina MBP. I use the screen in the "Like 1680x1050" mode, as this is what I'm used to (I used to use the 15" HiRes MBP). As I understand it the menubar and other "core" system aspects are sort of a bastardised "resolution independence." I seem to remember Phil Schiller saying in the Keynote something about the OS displaying images/videos still in the native resolution of the laptop, @ 2880 x 1800. Now I'm not generally a fan of normal wallpapers, and I invariably craft my own wallpapers out. What resolution should I make it to? Should I make it to 1680x1050, as my current resolution is set to mimic? Or should I make it out to 2880x1800, which is the display's native resolution? If the OS is really resolution independent, I'd probably get a better result with 2880x1800. But if the OS ISN'T really resolution independent, I'd think doing 1680x1050 is better, because I'd imagine a 2880x1800 OS pixelated to 1680x1050, which in turn is shrinking a 2880x1800 image could blur things quite a bit. Any and all help is appreciated. Thanks!