New Surface Pro 3 owner here; Have been, and remain, a mac user for the past 11 years. Still love my MBP but started running into serious issues with Office:mac 2011 (it's awful) which has become a real problem with job applications etc. Also found the lack of desktop 'managability' a pain - either full screen each app and swipe between, or back to manually arranging windowed applications side by side a la Vista and before. No Aero Snap or similar. The problem was partially remedied by running Win 8 in a virtual machine with Office 2013, Office 2013 + OneDrive I love. Trouble is battery life then took a dive. The final straw was receiving an interview invite via email with the details in an .rtf file attachment. Annoyingly, I found out later, the contact details had been put into the footer of the document which the preview/Quick Look function failed to show me. Outlook + Word 2013 showed me everything (thankfully before the interview!). As well as a career supporting Microsoft enterprise products, I've kept a keen eye on the Surface line from the Surface RT & first Pro onwards. The Pros always appealed but always seemed compromised, CPU wise with the 1st gen, weight, usable display and kickstand angles with the 1st and 2nd gens. And so now, with all of the above, I'm doing productivity stuff on my SP3 + Office 365 and loving it! Compared to business grade Windows laptops the SP3 compares exteremely well. Wasn't remotely interested with consumer grtade laptops with low screen resolutions, bad trackpads, poor batter life and overall build quality. I'll still be keeping my mac around for media purposes (most of my usage outside of productivity), but for productivity The Surface Pro 3 with it's build quality, screen resolution, killer 'lapability' with the infinitely adjustable kickstand, great Type cover, aero snap on the desktop/snapo with Metro (I know..) together with the clear upgrade of Office 2013 vs Office:mac 2011 and I'm a very happy camper. Only decision left is whether top migrate to OneNote + pen from Evernote or not. Looking forward on chatting here with all of you good people!