I actually like the updates from the latest WWDC. Even the iMac Pro looks cool despite being extremely overpriced and not user upgradeable (from what I can tell). But why oh why is Apple still using 5400rpm HDD in their iMac?? No other Mac comes with a traditional HDD. They're all SSD which is far faster than a traditional HDD. The only obvious reason is that Apple wants users to pay more for SSD which by now shouldn't cost more per GB than a standard HDD. To upgrade the iMac to a 512GB SSD is another $480 (Canadian). That's a lot of coin. I was under the impression that Apple was supposed to be "progressive" and leave legacy stuff behind.