I recently saw the 28" iMac with 5K Retina screen, and was absolutely stunned. I've been a longstanding critic of Apple's removal of anti-glare screens. Even when Apple claimed that the MBP Retina screens had 70% less reflection, I said that was nonsense. For me the acid test was whether I could see the reflections of harsh lighting in the background. Whenever I went to the store to see the Macs, even those 70% so-called less reflective older Retina screens all clearly reflected the imagine of the ceiling lights in the store. So I've long been skeptical about Apple's claims of their Retina screens being less reflective. I just didn't want to see any clear reflected image that would distract me from my work. That's why I was so stunned by the new 28" 5K iMac's new Retina screen. For the first time, the background reflections were to an acceptable level. I compared the 28" 5K screen literally side by side with the MBP Retina screens. For the MBP screens, I could clearly see the reflected image of the ceiling lights of the store. But with the 28" 5K iMac's new Retina screen, those same ceiling lights were still discernible, but very much muted. Although I'd prefer a true anti-glare screen, I think these new 5K Retina screens of the 28" iMac are as close to being good enough for practical purposes. So, my question is, when does this new 5K coating technology make its way into the smaller 15" and 13" Retina MacBook Pros?