I have a late 2013 15" rMBP that is/was on its last legs. Display coating is peeling. It started on the edges and now affects the whole screen. Apple won't replace it for free, I tried multiple times. Spacebar is no longer working because I spilled water on it. Totally my fault. I've been using an external keyboard for the last few weeks before the new MBP announcement on the 27th. Battery is dying @ 790 cycles Rubber feet are missing Other than that it's working fine. I just cleaned the heatsinks the other day. The announcement of the new MBPs left me disappointed because I don't think the pricing for the 15" in the EU is fair, particularly without Kaby Lake. I also dont own a single USB-C device yet. But I can't keep my machine in its current state. The parts needed to "refurbish" my machine are available and I'm confident that I could do it myself with ifixit. I've changed the topcase on a 13" air before. new display assembly new upper case & keyboard new battery new bottom case total ~600€/$660 My new CTO machine (15" 2.7Ghz 460m 512GB) would cost 3300€/$3600. The old machine has enough CPU power for me. A bit more graphics performance for the odd Blizzard game session would be nice to have. The only thing I'm missing is a larger (1TB) SSD but there's no way I could justify the prices. What would you guys do — repair the old one and have a refurbished machine that works fine for 1-2 years and can be handed down to the family later on or cut the losses and order a new one?