Hi all, First off, I am a huge Apple fan and have been for the last decade. But, I would love some input from anyone that can share their experiences and thoughts as I look to buy my next machine, either a MacBook Pro, or I am thinking something along the lines of the Alienware 51M laptop. I have for a long time been running on Mac, with IMAC and Macbook Pro, using Parallels if I needed to access Windows. The reason I need to work on a laptop is that I am forever travelling and working on the road. I film and edit action sports films, and am in a different part of the country/ world every week. Lugging a tower and monitor around just doesnt work. For the past 4 years or so I have been using a '14 Macbook Pro (16gb Ram, 2.5Ghz, and NVIDIA GeForce GT 750M graphics (over 20k hours logged). I primarily edit 4K video, 3D Animation and just got a major VR gig as well as a big movie project greenlighted - the times of using a severely underpowered machine are over (thank god!) So here is where I am at, with a 5-6k Budget. Do I buy a new Macbook Pro, where I can sync all my devices, and transfer everything easily? Stats: 2.9 (t-boost up to 4.8)GHZ 6-core i9 Intel 32gb ddr4 Ram Radeon Pro Vega 20 4gb Graphics And of course, a stunning retina display. OR, do I put my money into a Windows OS such as the Alienware 51M, specced out Stats: Intel i9 8-core 5Ghz turboboost 64GB ddr4 Ram NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2080 8GB GDDR6 (1920 x 1080) 144Hz Anti-Glare IPS Display (not sure if this can compare to the iMacPro) Apps I primarily use are: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Lightroom, Photoshop, Cinema4D, 3DS Max, Unity. One issue I see with switching windows is that things are going to sync between computers/ my wife’s calendar and computer. Money wise though, it looks I can get double the performance (upgradable by the way) on the Alienware 51, but after being on mac so long, I get paranoid about things such as reliability, security (viruses etc) on the Windows OS. Does anyone have any insight/ personal experience with either machine, or making the switch? Where would you put your money?