Hello all. I'm hoping you can help me out. I am buying my wife a 2016 15 inch MacBook Pro for Christmas and I'm looking at the base model with the one terabyte SSD for her. But I'm not sure which dedicated GPU to select. Originally I ordered the 450 and then I thought that perhaps I should have spent the $200 to upgrade to the 460. Let me tell you a little bit about her usage. Most of her work is office type work including using Microsoft office and outlook along with general Mac use including Apple mail and safari with many tabs open. The only thing that she does that is graphics intensive is photo editing. She uses a combination of Apple Photos, Photoshop, and light room. Not commercially but she edits quite a few raw photos from her Nikon DSLR. She does very little video editing but her photo editing is not light. No gaming at all. I don't think she NEEDS the 460 but for resale value, occasional performance enhancement, and future proofing, I think that it may be worth the extra $200. My concern is that this future proofing and slightly faster processing of graphics will come at the expense of lower battery life and higher temperatures on the laptop. Is that a founded concern? So really I am torn between future proofing and lower battery life. I have never had a MacBook with a dedicated GPU so I'm not sure how much of an impact the GPU will have. Although I am a little nervous about the glitches that are being reported, that doesn't concern me too much. Is the 460 worth it? Thank you for your thoughts.