I'm considering the low-end 15-inch Macbook Pro (2.0 GHz, Iris Pro, 256 GB SSD) as my next computer. My needs are as follows: -Digital art. (Photoshop, Sketchbook Pro, etc.) Note that this does not include photo editing with filters or anything like that, so shouldn't be processor intensive. -3D software. I'm expecting to be able to handle a very high poly-count without lag. -Basic browsing, Pages, Scrivener, other normal stuff. -Moderate gaming: Kerbal Space Program, Minecraft (with loads of mods), turn-based strategy games, perhaps a FPS. I'm not expecting to run at 1920 x 1200; more like 750-900 p. I'd like to play with decent quality but as long as whatever I want runs at the 16:10 equivalent of 1366 x 738 at low/med for the next 3 years, I'll be fine. Will the computer be enough? I really do not want to spend 2599 (the price of the computer in my country, about 3600 dollars) on the 2,3GHz/750M/512 GB model, unless the low-end is simply not enough or will quickly be outdated. I have considered shipping proxies but the import tax together with the fee charged by the shipping agency brings the price back up to what it would be if I bought it here. Also, is there any sign on the next iteration of Iris Pro graphics and will it be coming before Broadwell? Perhaps with the Haswell refresh?