Hey, no wonder why I don't see you around here anymore. You gave your Blade to your brother and moved on to another company! I missed ya bud. I can't disagree with you. If there's one criticism I have on the Blade Pro it's going to be the price/spec ratio. I liked the recent pricing trends on the Blades and feel that $3700 is steep. Aorus clearly wins on CPU & RAM. The extra storage is nice to have as well. The screen is a bit subjective though because the 4K 60hz G-Sync vs QHD 120hz G-Sync matchup depends on what the user wants/needs. For you, I agree being able to play at 120 frames per second is a pro. The Blade is thinner by a few millimeters, but the X7 DT v6 (dude that name though...I can never remember MSI or Aorus laptops due to the naming scheme) is lighter. I think the Blade wins on design and keyboard though. I have never been a fan of Aorus' fat vent grills. The Core is a big plus for some people because one day the 1080 will be outdated. All in all, price per performance wise, the Aorus clearly wins. I think that's actually true whenever the Blade is compared to any competitor. But when you take style, aesthetics, and design into account the decision becomes harder. For example, I'm sure if you were sporting the Blade people would approach you with compliments. With the Aorus, probably not so much. Not saying that's a critical 'feature' or anything, but just as an example. Either way man, someday Razer will make that hybrid gaming laptop that we talked about. Then you'll be back . I'll be waiting.