Ye olde late 2009 i7 iMac is getting a little long in the tooth here and I think some of the new models might warrant an upgrade for me finally. I typically like to buy the best mac for my money in its class to maximize the investment. I shoot weddings and edit the work in Lightroom, and I make Super 8 films and edit the 2k scans in FCPX. That's the extent of my power-user work. I would also want to run bootcamp to play Naval Action!!!! But that's another thread I suppose... Am I right in thinking that the best 5k iMac right for my needs? I would probably be looking at the 1tb SSD option, with the better GPU and I'd install 32gb of ram. Then I'd run a RAID via thunderbolt for my archive and theoretically edit active projects off the internal SSD. (Could I expect similar performance via a Thunderbolt SSD?) Is there anywhere I could save some money and not notice the performance gap? Like a lower-spec CPU? To give you an example of what I work with, I shoot a Pentax 645z 51.1mp medium format digital camera, and my Super 8 scans are generally Prores at 2k or 1080p. They're chunky files. ORRRR am I better waiting to see if the Mac Pro's get a spec bump this year and moving over to that? For any reason? I had understood that Adobe products don't always take advantage of everything a Mac Pro can do... Would that be a big waste of cash for marginal advantage? Thanks!