Hey guys! I'm diving into the Mac world. I've been a windows guy all my life. Well, except when I graduated high school. My parents bought me the best MBP 13" in 2011 money can buy. While I loved it for school and music production, it was time to buy my first car and well... Selling the MBP would be my down payment. I've taken the change in life to get into programming. I've switched my major from CRJ > Software Programming. My main interest lies within Swift and iOS App Development. Swift really intrigues me, though I'll be putting in effort once I'm comfortable with Swift to learn a few other languages. ANYWAYS, My current rig is pretty nice. But looking to go mobile. I do light gaming (CS:GO/WoW) and I'm big into music production (FL Studio). Though with my saltwater reef hobby, I also am getting into videography and photography. Now since I WILL be replacing my rig, I've found the 13" is just too small for me. So I'll be 15" with occasional external monitor. Money isn't completely an issue, though it's nice to save more and spend less. Duh. I need some advice from the Mac community. Should I: Buy a mid-2014 MBP 15" with i7, 16gb ram, and nvidia GT 750m for $1,300? Or Buy the brand new 2016 MacBook Pro 15 with the Radeon Pro 450? Now the new one with OTD price is about $1,300 more after tax. Literally double the price of the used one. Are these two MacBooks SO much different that it would be worth spending the extra $1,300? Or would I be completely okay with the 2014 model? Thanks guys!