I am about ready to throw my towel in the ring, and I need some help... Since the first Mojave 10.14.4 Beta, I have been getting CPU Panics on my Mac Pro 2013 (3.5GHz, 6 Core, 64GB RAM, 2xD700). I get them at all times, 1 minute after login, 6 hours after login, in the middle of doing nothing, and in the middle of using several applications. There seems to be no rhyme or reason. Some days I can go all day without a crash… When I check the Panic Report, I see several instances of Panics, in multiple CPUs, but the BSD process are different from instance to instance. One crash it is expressvpnd, kernel_task, and networksetup. Another crash it is other processes. I have tried all I know; 1) I booted into safe mode, and back to normal. 2) I reset SMC and PRAM. 3) I checked HW in the HW test, including the internal SSD. 4) I disconnected all peripherals, and only reconnected them one at a time. 5) I ran ONYX to clear out all caches, etc. 6) I turned off all auto starting programs, and only started using them again after a crash when they were not being used. Basically, I don’t what else to do… Is a reinstall really the next thing to try? If so, how should I “migrate”? A) New Mojave install on top of existing setup. B) New Mojave install, and import latest Time Capsule backup? C) New install of everything? Any suggestions are really appreciated!