I made the move to Apple from Windows about 3 years ago. It was the dread of having to use Windows 8 that forced the move. But perhaps not being an Apple diehard, I still have a bootcamp loaded onto my iMac that has since gone from Win7 to the newer Win10. The only problem that I had with bootcamp is that for my iMac it requires that I load it onto the internal SSD for it to work. Not having a really large SSD inside this lead to problems of space. So the only solution was to move to external drives on the iMac. (lets face it, Apple makes big bucks selling you larger internal drive upgrades). My solution was to get a Thunderbay 4 and fill it with my own SSD drives that are far cheeper and gives me the storage I need without too much of a sacrifice to speed. The down side to this solution was that bootcamp doesn't seem to let your write to your external NTFS drive. Also Apple seems to like to automatically mount every drive that is connected to your Mac automatically. I can understand why they do that from an 'idiot proof' side, but some of us more power hungry users have external drives that are not used all the time but are needed on occasion. Or in my case, my external Windows on SSD and a large data drive (HD) for windows. What I really like about Paragon NTFS 15 is that finally I have a method to flag what external drives are to be mounted and what i don't need. Now I can clean up my desktop side so that it just shows the drives that I need rather than a clutter. As an added bonus, I can also finally change the Windows 10 drive icon from the ugly yellow drive to something that visually looks nice and resembles a windows icon.