Hi! The i5-12600K has a p-to-e core ratio of 6/4 while the upcoming i5-13600K is supposed to be at 6/8. I'm assuming it makes sense for Intel to add 4 e-cores and keep 6 p-cores rather than using 8 p-cores and keep 4 p-cores, but I wonder how much actual benefits you're getting from having 8 or more e-cores rather than 4. Don't you get some kind of lower return on investment at some point? If you have an average use of your computer (web browsing, some gaming, occasional encoding and such), does it really make sense to want those extra e-cores? Raptor Lake gives you way more of those compared with Alder Lake, it makes it look like 13th gen is more productivity-oriented than 12th gen, or is it supposed to be a strong upgrade for the average consumer too? I feel like the i5-12600K would be good enough for almost 10 years, or would waiting for a 13600K make much more sense for that time frame? Or would you rather advise getting a 12700K over a 13600K? Thank you.