Has anyone been able to successfully load Mountain Lion on the new Mac Pro? I know it sounds crazy but I am Technical Director for my companies Cincinnati office in a Graphic design/Color Seps business that uses Mac's exclusively and my company has budgeted 13 Mac Pro's to be purchased in 2014. However we "Pitstop" our machines meaning we have one system image with all of our custom software, scripts and other items so that globally our team works the same and the same work can be done across any region. But the negative side of that is that we just moved to ML in early December and now are just in the early stages of Mavericks development. The only way we can upgrade to the new Mac Pro's anytime soon is to load our ML Pitstop image on to the system. Actually this is my biggest beef with Apple's yearly update cycle. As a home consumer nerd user, I love it. As a business OS, it makes it harder for us to update to latest version even if it is free. We've had some success hacking the new rMBP with ML Pitstops but we were hoping that could be done with the Mac Pro but because its a whole new SKU and redesigned product, I would imagine not.