So, it's launched, it's handling FCP pretty well an appears to have a few decent benchmarks. It's not the reincarnation of the dual socket monster we all wanted but it would have been an easier pill to swallow if the workflow disruption caused by no CUDA compatible GPU options wasn't the case. Who will jump first? Will Adobe and others who currently offer CUDA accelerated rendering jump first and switch to OpenCL? Or are Apple working on providing Nvidia options with the next generation of Quadro cards? I guess using thunderbolt with a GPU enclosure is a possibility, but what a faff... Which OpenCL render engines use OpenCL with multiple GPU support? If I wanted to use Arnold, why not just get a dual socket PC in stead? Maddening.