So, I've been a Mac user for a while, first I had iMacs, until one really disappointed me in 2008 and then I decided to get a 2009 13" MacBook Pro model at the end of that year. It has been one of the best experiences with a computer of my life, even though I use way more powerful computers for other stuff it has been one of my most "personal" computers, I am really satisfied about it but it's beginning to show it's age, especially the battery since I upgraded it to 1TB and 8GB of RAM a while ago. I am not sure if I should get a high end 11" or 13" MacBook Air (i7, 8GB, 256GB or even 512GB) or go into the Retina MacBook Pro Territory when the Haswell ones come out. As you might know, the price is almost the same on a 13" MBA and a 13" rMBP if they have the same RAM and i7's. Would the 11" MBA be too small for a "main computer" that I would use every day? I also have to carry it with me to work and school sometimes so I appreciate the weight difference, however battery is really important to me. All MBP's are lighter than mine at the moment anyway, so I guess a few hundred grams more are not a problem. (Besides non-retina MBPs). I am also speculating about the 15" Retina MacBook Pro, it is a lot of money to cash out but the graphics card would make a difference to me more than any other spec of the other models without it, I currently do all my photo and video editing on a windows PC and I probably won't stop doing it since it is still superior than a rMBP (Haswell i7, 16GB, 256GB SSD, GTX780) but it would get me very good performance on the go which I would love, is it worth to spend that extra cash or should I just be happy with a MBA? I have used my MBP mainly for browsing and taking notes at school, doing presentations and stuff, but that is also because it's really slow. I've done some RAW editing on Aperture and it was not pleasant at all.