Yes you read this correctly, yet another would-fit thread. If you are not a(n ex-)MB owner, please don't share your respected opinion. I'm aware of the non-MB alternatives (MBA or MBPr that is), I'm aware of the differences between the models. The company I'm working for has Macs for every employee ranging from iMac, Mini, MBPr and even a couple fully stocked Pro's. But alas, not a single MB. What I'm looking for is real life experiences, hopefully with forum members with somehow similar needs as I have. My current config and usage: a 2014 MBA base model (128GB 4GB). Used extensively, daily, for web development (PHP and Python) using MAMP pro, Sublime Text and Firefox with ~20 open tabs. Once every few weeks I open Photoshop or Illustrator for some light file manipulation. Never really felt it was giving up on processor or memory capacity. I choosed the MBA above a MBPr exclusively for its size. I do travel a lot, all my laptops see more continents than the pope. I use the keyboard a lot. In fact some of the keys even are loosing the black coating because of that. I remember that, when I switched from a MBP to the MBA a couple years ago, the MBA keyboard felt quite different to type on, however after a few days it didn't bothered me any more. Today I'm in the market for a new laptop. I'm thinking about getting a MB. I for one love a single ported machine. I have some second thoughts though: 1) The MB has new keyboard technology. Is it good for intensive use and, did you adapt easily? 2) Did you feel the MB was underpowered CPU wise? 3) Does the 12" screen feels too small compared to the 13.3" MBA/MBPc? For what it concerns, I do have perfect eyesight. Thanks for any feedback!