Apologies for another thread on the subject, but I’m on the fence and could do with some sensible input to either talk me out of, or into spending more money! My current desktop is a Mid 2010 iMac i7, 16gb of RAM and upgraded 2 years back to a 1tb SSD, which changed the performance massively. I’m at the stage where I want to upgrade, after I discovered the machine couldn’t play back videos taken on my new GoPro 5. So.. If I buy a ‘regular’ iMac, it’ll likely be the i7 4.2, 1tb SSD, 8gb RAM (which I’ll update immediately to either with an additional 16gb or 32gb) - This works out at £2,820 (with my work discount inc numeric magic keyboard) + either £177 for 16gb or £333 for 32gb so max total price of £3,153. Probably don’t need the 32gb though. The lowest spec iMac Pro is £4,605 (work discount), which is a much bigger spec than the above, but nearly £1,500 more expensive. I mainly use the Mac for photography, recording music with Logic Pro X minimal web design work. The iMac Pro is likely to be total overkill for my needs, but I’m thinking about longevity and also that the current iMac line is likely to be updated mid year with newer 6 core processors ? I’ve got the money now for the normal iMac (not that there’s a desperate need) or could have enough for the Pro in a couple of months without having to dip into any savings. Nice problem to have of course, but what would you do in my situation?