Hi, I am purchasing a new laptop and would love the new 15" Macbook pro. However my home computer and work computers are both PC because of the software I use daily. (Revit) I find aesthetically apple products are far superior to windows based laptops and desktops so I would really love to have a macbook pro and run windows only on it. I have had a few iMac's in the past an love OSX however I dont want to have to deal with two o/s systems with different programs, file managing and any other annoyances that come with using two o/s daily, when 80% of my time is spent on my work PC or home PC. I know i can run bootcamp or a VM to use Revit on the macbook pro however since i would never use the OSX I would much prefer to remove the mac OS and install windows 8.1 or windows 10 natively. I have read about many issues with driver updates caused by bootcamp and performance loss via the use of VM's such a parallels which I do not want to deal with, especially because Revit is an extremely resource intense program, I can not afford to take any performance loss or have driver issues. My research did't turn up a whole lot, a few people have done this with mixed success, people suggest that bootcamp also has issues with Revit and graphic driver updates/compatibility and then difficulties installing the latest AMD or NVIDA drivers directly into windows. From my research it seems these questions questions seem to come up quite often and the answers are never usually complete or scattered through various websites/forums and blogs. I'm hoping we can come together and create a more comprehensive list of questions and answers relating to this so that other people with similar questions can use this as a point of reference. I will update this post with the best answers for each question for easier referencing, much better than reading through pages of posts to find the one answer you are looking for. Also if anyone has further questions to add please do and i can also add those to this post. 1. Can I remove the OSX and preform a clean install of Windows onto a macbook/ macbook pro? If not what's stopping this from happening? 2. How will the trackpad/ force trackpad work in a windows environment, be it via boot camp or a native windows installation as suggest above. 3. If bootcamp is the best option for performance then what are the best practices for using Windows OS as the primary working environment and leaving OSX on a small partition for firmware updates. 4. How much if any of a performance loss would windows take from using Bootcamp? 5. How does DPI scaling work with the Retina screens, if i lower the resolution of my 4K work monitor everything is much less sharp and almost has a blur to it. What are the best practices for running windows on a Retina display whilst retaining sharpness and avoiding blur?