Hey all, I'm looking to upgrade to a 6 Core Mac Pro and I had a quick question about storage (forgive me, I've been out of the loop on recent technology upgrades for a bit). It seems to me as if the latest version of Mac Pro (late 2013) is leaning towards external thunderbolt storage as the go-to solution for your files. I'll be editing quite a bit of video (raw files from a BlackMagic Cinema Camera) and was wondering if editing DIRECTLY from these drives is safe or not. In the past I know using an external device as your main work drive was a big no no but, as I'm not familiar with Thunderbolt, has this issue been alleviated? Programs I'll be running are the Adobe suite (mainly Premiere, AfterEffects, Illustrator & InDesign), DaVinci Resolve, various RedGiant plugins and programs (mainly PluralEyes), Lightroom, Portrait Professional, etc. Again, forgive my lack of knowledge on the subject. I'm trying to grow my home business (media production/graphic design) and at this point, with my current workflow and clientele, it's either spend the money to upgrade or start explaining to customers why I can't handle shooting/editing their event that lasts over an hour. Thanks so much! Currently running a late 2009 iMac with 2.8Ghz i7 and 8GB ram. Shooting with Canon 5D and Canon 7D in 1080p.