Hello, I am a Macbook Pro Mid 2012 non-Retina display owner. I have owned this machine for almost 2.5 years. I use it for my profession which is a professional international club DJ. As you may already know, lots of professional well-known DJs around the world confidently use Apple products for their work. However, my machine has had issues with faulty hard drive cables, which I've replaced and resolved countless times. I am now considering to purchase a new Macbook pro. Before doing so, I would really like to know how the newer models are designed to work in very loud and vibrating environments. For instance, I DJ on a desk which has strong vibrations for 5 hours straight. Are the new Macbooks designed to cope with this? Would I have issues of hard drive cables or other internals surrounding the motherboard to become defective or loose? I know SSD is a big win, but are the new Macbooks designed to work safely in such environments? Any advice or information related to Macbooks working in vibrating and noisy environments would be very helpful to me before purchasing a new computer. I would be looking to purchase top of the range with 16GB RAM and 1TB, hence one of the most expensive models, so I want to be confident that it will work safely for my job before spending over $2.5k on a new computer. Thank you for your time and look forward to all replies.