I put a lot of research, effort, and money into my nMP purchase. I decided to go with a 8 core D500 machine. I left my SSD and ram as the base config, since I purchased an aftermarket 1tb SSD and 64gb of ram from OWC. I also got a 4 disk Thunderbay 5 from OWC. My machine was never as speedy as my 6 core hackintosh, but I was OK with it since it was my new “dependable” workhorse, and my first real Mac besides iMacs I bought for my office staff and a Macbook Pro. 3 months after using my machine I started experiencing ethernet issues. A week after that I experienced an issue after upgrading to 10.10.4. Opening iTunes would crash my machine. So I did a clean install, same problem. Went to Apple store, and had to leave my machine for engineering to test because the same problem happened booting into an image on the network. 8 days later they call me and tell me they cannot figure out the problem, so they are building me a new machine, which will take another 8 to 10 days. Don’t mean to rant, I’m just pissed. I reconnected my hackintosh and am majorly regretting my purchase. I understand there is no way to predict hardware issues, but that Mac Pro just wasn’t worth it. This hackintosh is a powerhouse and a workhorse, and the issues I experience from time to time pale in comparison to RMAing a machine, and being overly frustrated with the entire experience of buying a nMP. Perhaps I should have bought a non-trashcan version or a retina iMac. I’m thinking of selling it along with all the other equipment, I can recoup some of the 8k I spent. It would be nice if Apple would just give me a refund. Are there any other options for me? Anybody have any good advice for me? Has anybody had problems with their New Mac Pro?