I have a few questions for those who are running Windows 10 in bootcamp on their 2016 touchbar Macbook Pro. 1) Are you finding any issues with functionality/features other than the touchbar not changing with app controls and touch ID not working? 2) Are you able to wake the computer with the external keyboard/trackpad when the computer is in clamshell mode with an external monitor attached? 3) How's battery life? I have a recently purchased copy of Windows 10 that I've been using to run in a virtual environment. However, I'm seriously toying with the idea of installing Windows 10 in bootcamp and using that as my primary work OS. I know that seems very silly to most. However, a lot of the work apps I use are proprietary to Windows or simply work better in Windows. I initially purchased a Dell XPS 13 to replace my old MBP but I was not happy with the build quality compared to the MBP. So I ended up returning it and picking up the new 13" tMBP. I love the machine and think that the perfect setup would be a Windows 10 partition for all my work stuff and then a Mac OS partition for all my personal stuff, to use outside of work. I'm not looking to start a debate between the Dell XPS vs MBP or Windows vs Mac OS. I'm just looking for opinions from those who currently run Windows 10 in bootcamp to see if it works well enough to be a go to OS on a daily basis. EDIT: I was able to get Windows 10 installed and setup. My thoughts... 1) Windows 10 runs unbelievably snappy/fast in Bootcamp on a 13" tMBP. 2) Everything looks nice and crisp in Windows with the tMBP screen. 3) Wifi signal is very strong. 4) Can't comment much on battery life but after 3 hours of use I still had over 65% battery left. 5) When connected to my 34" Dell curved monitor, everything still looks/works great, even with the Dell's 3440x1440 resolution. However, there are two rather large issues that prevent me from using it as my go-to OS... 1) Even with Trackpadd++ installed, my external Apple trackpad will not replicate the gestures and "tap-to-click" functionality that I was able to successfully enable/use with the built in track pad. And since I use my laptop in clamshell mode with the external monitor/trackpad/keyboard this is a deal breaker. 2) The screen orientation/settings reset every time I plug the external monitor back in, forcing me to go back through the setup process. Rebooting didn't solve this. 3) With the laptop in clamshell mode, I can not get the computer to wake with the Bluetooth Apple keyboard/trackpad. I'm sure I could figure out a way to make this happen but with problems 1 and 2 above, I'm giving up for now.