Couldn't agree more, with the addition of built in ethernet for network admins. Thinness means nothing if I've got to carry around a bag full of dongles. And 'Pro' means user upgradeable/repairable components, at least memory and HD. Dropping magsafe was a huge mistake, they could still allow charging thru USB C/thunderbolt.
For a desktop, bring back the cheese grater tower, with current spec ports and SATA 3, perhaps M2/PCI for SSD connectivity.
They have the sexiest designs, but seem to have forgotten that form follows function. Having no user serviceable/upgradable parts on entry level machines is fine if really necessary and helps lower the price point, as 99% of consumer level users never crack the case, but Pro's should have upgrade options besides thunderbolt.