I have a reasonably adequate 5 year old Thinkpad 14, but I'm in the market for a new laptop. I'm not one to normally wait for "the next big thing" and could generally care less about CPU upgrades, because I've had enough power for years, but the reports on Ice Lake (did I get that name right?) and the 10nm die shrink indicate it should be quite a shift in a lot of ways. Perhaps the first real, big shift in years. For me, the big change is that things could run cool, quiet, and for way longer, even while maintaining a similar level of cpu power. Even if suggested 25 hour battery life is obviously pie in the sky sort of stuff, if I could get 12-15 hours in a thin and light package, that would be fantastic. More power is not essential to my needs. More mobility is. My current device is fine, if not amazing, but I don't NEED a new device. Does anyone think it's worth waiting for next year's models? Do other anticipate a clear shift in what laptops are capable of given the new die shrink? Looking for input from those who know more.