Hello, I am looking for some opinions on my next mac purchase. First, I use the computer for graphic design and occasional gaming (bootcamp and MAC OS). I mostly work in print design so my files are hi-res. 600 -1200 DPI. My projects are often 12GB-30 GB. I usually have 3-5 AdobeCC apps open at once, plus my font manager, Transmit, and Google Chrome. My current setup is a 2008 Mac Pro. (I know it's ancient... but, I have upgraded it as best I can over the years and it's served me well) • 2 x 2.8 GHS Quad Core Intel Xeon • 26GB of 800 mhz RAM • AMD Radeon 7950 Mac Edition 3GB video Card (Upgraded from stock card) • 512 SSD Boot / Apps drive • 3 TB Drive (Work) • 3 TB Drive (Work) • 1 TB Drive (Music) • 3 TB Drive (Photos) • External NAS for backups (4 TB RAID) • External Time Machine (2 TB) • Misc. External HDs for more backups (TOO MANY HDs) I already have 2 monitors a 27" cinema display (not thunderbolt) and an old 20" cinema display used for e-mail and messaging mostly. So here's my dilemma. It all comes down to storage, RAM and speed. It's partly why I have not gone with an iMac for so long. My current thought: If I go with a hi-end iMac I could use this old Mac Pro as a file server. Although I am not looking forward to managing so many computers. We also have a mac mini and a 2013 MacBook Pro. Any other pro designers on an iMac or current Macbook Pro? Are they fast enough? Is the MacPro with 16GB of ram enough? Any thoughts from people who do similar work would be appreciated. Cheers!