Hi I'm Noerdy. I'm getting a 15inch 460 in a week or so, and I have been actively reading MacRumors for 6+ years so I thought I would make an account. So in the latest version of MacOS Sierra 10.12.2, they removed the "time remaining" indicator. More info here. Anyway, we assume they removed this because it was never really accurate, and they must have received a ton of complaints or something. I have found the time remaining to be somewhat accurate as long as I keep doing the same task I am doing. (Not going from like iTunes to heavy video editing). This (to me and many others) is just apple admitting that the new MacBook pros do not have all day battery life. I am quite worried about just spending thousands of dollars as a college student on a product that does not preform as well as I was told. (not to mention that fact that I do a ton of editing with adobe products, so I hope the GPU does not die on me, like it has for others, but I heard that was "fixed".) Anyway, to me, the time remaining is like the "miles left" on your car before it runs out of gas. Of course, it is not accurate, but if you continue driving at the same speed, it is somewhat accurate. If you are using your computer, and it says there are 2 hours remaining, and you do not change what you are doing, there should BE two hours remaining. Of course it is rare that we use the same amount of power constantly, so there is some variation. So yeah, those were just my thoughts on that matter. I hope to become more familiar with this forum in the future, and become a more active member.