Hey guys, I've had my nMP (base model w/16GB RAM) for 1.5 years. At the time I first got it, I was using it more for video encoding, and as my main daily driver. In the time since, I've picked up a Late 2014 Mac mini (good enough for my daily/light work), and the Early 2016 MacBook (m3 base model) because I was doing some light iMovie editing for some work projects and wanted something very portable. I'm starting to think that the MacBook is not great for iMovie (1080p, no 4K here). It gets a bit warm and bogs down if you're editing for 1+ hours. So, I tried a few projects on the nMP. I realize the CPU is not really meant for encoding video, but shouldn't the 4-core nMP be almost as good as a base Early 2016 MacBook when it comes to export/conversion? Seems like the nMP is slow. I haven't done many projects on it yet, so I can't really tell if the nMP is really optimized for iMovie/FCPX. Before anyone jumps in and tells me I'm an idiot for not just buying a MacBook Pro to begin with, please realize my needs have been changing over the past year or so, and now the most CPU/GPU intensive work I'm doing revolves around iMovie, and I'm considering buying FCPX. Should I stick with my nMP, or consider ditching it and my MacBook for a 2016 MacBook Pro?