I have followed most of the threads in this forum for the past six months or so and pay a fair amount of attention to the rest of the industry, and I have just about given up hope on Tim Cook and the new Mac Pro of 2013/2014. I am about to purchase one or two Mac Pros that are 2010 or later and possibly new. My applications/work are those of a small production house working mostly in print with Adobe apps and some small databases. All work is multilingual. I use video but do not edit it. My reasons for using Mac Pros are that I do not like the 30-inch Apple displays or keyboard, require at least 32GB of RAM for everything to run smoothly, will not use Microsoft anything, and don't mind the desktop format. My main aim for my next Mac Pro is simply reliability. I will use SSDs. I would like any advice re what to stay away from and what processor specification is optimum for maximum reliability and resale value. The only modifications that I will make are graphics card, RAM and SSDs for storage. I expect more streaming video, videoconferencing and Internet speed of 1 Gbit/sec (currently 160 Mbit/sec) in the next two years.