I had to leave my trusty MP 1,1 behind when I moved to another continent. So far I've found that I just can't live without a Mac that has several internal drive bays, upgradeable CPUs and GPUs and that have serious power. That only left me with the "Classic" Mac Pros as my only option, namely the 2008/2009/2010/2012 models as they are currently supported. I reckoned that the 3,1, while still supported, would be the first MP to be dropped off from the supported mac list so I bought a 2010 2.8 Ghz Quad Core Mac Pro with a 5770 and 12GB. My question is that what are your thoughts about the "future-proofness" of it? They sold it new until 2013 but yet it doesn't support AC-Wifi, Sata-3, some Yosemite features such as Handoff. I'm aware that they can be added aftermarket which is why I love the MP, but could Apple really drop the Classic Mac Pros from from future OSX releases in the near future? I mean if the 2008 model is supported in 2014, the 5,1 should be supported 2020-2022 (which would be insane) math fail. I meant 2016-2018. I'd settle for a few years of support even if it means having some features missing. The nMP is out of the question due to price and expandability. Sorry about the ramble. What are your thoughts?