I have an 8 core nMpro on order, which won't be coming until Feb/Mar (unless I'm lucky) so have time to get things sorted out as to what I can 'repurpose' from my current set up and what needs to be replaced. I currently have a 2008 MacPro, on which I do video editing primarily with FCP7 but am in the process of fully switching over to Premiere Pro CC (plan on not installing FCP suite on the new computer but keep the old one in the closet 'just in case' I need to access an old project file) Currently my set up is: Monitor - 30" HP LP3065 Speakers - KRK Rokit 5 Audio Interface - Focusrite Scarlett 2i2 Internal Harddrives: System: 750GB SAMSUNG HD753LJ ITunes library: 2 TB WDC WD20EARS Media Scratch: 2 TB Hitachi HDS723020BLA642 Project Archive: 2 TB WDC WD20EARS Plus a dozen various external hard drives and an LG Bluray/DVD burner Current workflow is to film on SDHC cards, copy them to an external drive, import from copy into FCP as ProRes (as this computer is too underpowered to edit from card). Plan on ordering a PROMISE Pegasus2 R4 Diskless 4Bay Thunderbolt 2 RAID System to at least access the current internal drives, swapping them for 4TB drives in the process. Would love suggestions on optimal workflow, whether I can (and should) use my current monitor until Apple gets their butt in gear and releases an upgraded display (as I don't edit in 4K it seems at this point pointless to get a 4K display - correct me if I'm wrong and there would be a benefit), and if there's a better audio interface (I had a firewire ProSonus that literally blew up in flames a few months back and figured this was a good stopgap as it's USB and could be switched over hate that it gives loud "POPS" when you power up/down the computer if you forget to turn the speakers off before hand). Thanks!