Broke down and pulled the trigger on ordering parts for a new PC, It put a real dent in my Mac Pro funds. I really only upgrade every 8-10 years, however when the nMP shipped I was due and upgrade. nMP not having any real way to upgrade the parts, I didn't feel it was a good fit for me, as I can't really be locked in the same CPU and Video card for 8-10 years, plus I don't enjoy a mess of wires and external boxes just to have more than one storage drive. I was putting some thought into the iMac Pro, I think it's a nice machine, but I like to tinker, and really need PCI-E slots. No guarantee that the modular MacPro will fit my needs either, and I don't see why Apple needs years to design a Pro system. When new Intel Chipsets launch, other manufacturers are ready on day one, with new systems based on these chipsets. Apple needs to quit trying to reinvent the wheel, a Pro system comes in tower form, people like me expect PCI-E slots, a socketed CPU, and lots of Ram slots. Apple is losing sales.