I'll try and be as clear as I can, but sometimes its not too easy to put all my thoughts into words without writing a novel. I have been a mac user for about 15-16 years, but I would like to move to a desktop computer. I currently have a 12" MacBook, 10.5 iPad pro, and iPhone X. Currently the only actual important work i do is with quickbooks/excel. Otherwise I just do normal everyday computing (web, documents, pdf, etc). I have kids so I do have a large photo/home video collection. I don't do much editing, but now with a 4k TV and a gopro it sure would be nice to piece together 4k clips into movies. I have been a mac user for about 15-16 years, but am completely open to switching to a PC. Most everything I do either has a windows version or is cloud based. So heres the dilemma...I also want to experience and use VR. I understand that only the top end iMacs will run VR games. I want to run VR in a computer that will do it very well, not just barely scraping by if that makes any sense. That makes a pretty expensive iMac, and I'm not sure that will even run VR all that great (but I also don't know much about the technical side). So if im going to spend $3000+ on an iMac that may not be all that good at VR would I be better off buying a PC gaming computer? It seems to me that I could get a pretty insane computer for a similar price I would pay for an iMac. It all boils down to should I buy a really nice iMac and hope it does VR well? Or should I get a very nice PC for the benefits of VR and just learn to use windows for the few other programs I need. I think between my iPad and iPhone I can do most things, just not all of my business stuff. Anyone have any suggestions or opinions on what would be a good idea? Or what PC/mac I might want to look at? All said and done id like to stay around $3000 to $4000 max including a display if I go the PC route.