Whelp. It's finally time. The Lenovo X230T has been my loyal workhorse since release. Unfortunately, my kid gave it a toss and the screen has started failing intermittently. This laptop has been absolutely perfect for me except for one thing- the 1366x768 resolution is pretty terrible. Otherwise, SSD upgrade and added RAM have kept it running great even through my demanding apps (zbrush, etc) Generals! TLDR: Does anyone have experience with convertibles/detachables/2-1/allthatjazz from the last 3 or 4 years that they recommend? Ideally, something which has: good pen, 16GB of RAM or upgradeable, decent RGB space screen at least 1920x1080, and isn't tooooo weak on the processing power front. Budget: Preferably under $500. Background: I'm a concept artist, illustrator and designer. I use Photoshop and I use it hard. Files get up in the multiple gigabytes for working doc size- talking 8000x8000x300ppi type stuff. I use Blender, Maya, ZBrush, etc. I don't need ULTIMATE performance, but I am by no means a casual user. I build my own PCs and I customize Windows to the tiniest detail. Upgradeabality is useful for me. You can view my work here if you want to get an example of what I do. I am a painter by trade, but I also do 3D slop modeling, photobashing and whatever else to get the job done. I don't play video games, etc. Portfolio: http://www.artstation.com/sour Brand loyalty: Would like to stick with a Wacom-equivalent pen similar to the fantastic one on my X230T. I don't need 8000 pressure sensitivity and all that, just reliable pen performance. Otherwise, no loyalty. Size: Any. Used/Refurbished: Fine by me! Battery life: Not very important. Screen: 1920x1080+ and at least 300nits. Maximum coverage of AdobeRGB also very important. Needs: RAM is important. I simply can't abide by 8GB of soldered RAM. No way, no how. This is why I came for help.. I'm having trouble finding machines with 16+ or upgradeable RAM.. without spending a ton. That should cover it. Thanks a ton for anyone who may have suggestions. I'm looking at mostly Lenovo just because of my familiarity with the lineup.. but I'm open to anything including detachables, etc!