I'm in the market for a new laptop, and before today, I was eyeing the new MacBook Pro. However, I was underwhelmed by it in the official reveal today. My absolute first priority is a laptop that has build quality on par with the MacBook Pro's (or as close as possible), with performance and looks being tied for a close second. Anything else is just a nice bonus, really, but the more positives the better. It also needs to not be "garish" (i.e. Razer Blade) - honestly, if the Razer Blade Pro came in an unmarked chassis I'd consider it a perfect fit for my needs. The reason why build quality trumps all for me is that I've had terrible experiences with my current laptop, the ASUS Zenbook UX32VD. I bought it a bit more than 4 years ago, and it's practically unusable now. Pretty much all the screws on the bottom have fallen out of their own accord, the left shift and s keys don't work at all, two other keycaps have broken off, the battery lasts an hour at most on battery saving while simply reading PDFs, etc. All of this, and more, happened after a factory refurbish done by ASUS themselves, and have made me extremely wary of any designated "thin and light" laptops by anyone other than Apple. I hope I'm not asking for too much in a laptop, and that there's someone out there who knows of a company trustworthy for their laptops' build quality. I welcome all discussion so I can get a better understanding of the current laptop market and make the best choice in my purchase.