Hi all! I own an end 2014 Retina 5K iMac, i7 4GHz, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD + external thunderbolt Lacie 6TB, Radeon R9 M295X, and I do heavy video editing on FCPX. I started working on a hobbie on a 2012 Mac Mini, which was pretty useless for the task, so decided to go for an almost top-tier Retina iMac on January 2015. Now, 1.5 years later, this hobbie has become my job, and I do A LOT of video editing, and I feel my iMac is struggling a lot. I usually find the following problems: - Too much memory used: System gets 99% memory used and FCPX slows down a lot, I have to keep restarting the software every now and then. - Long projects with several audio/video tracks are difficult to work with, you stutter just scrolling horizontally through it, and simple cuts of the footage are pretty laggy. - Random crashes I can't really explain, such as dragging a simple image into the timeline, beach ball for 3 seconds then crash. A the beginning it felt great, but at this point I don't know if it was just because I was coming from a Mac Mini... very plausible. That being said, I searched a little and the Mac Pro seems like the most intelligent choice, although right now... 3 year-old hardware? Really? I can't justify spending over €4.000 on a computer which is 3 years old. Some people tell me to buy a powerful up-to-date Dell and Hackintosh it, but for every good opinion on Hackintosh there are 100 threads of problems... What's the most intelligent option here? I think I could just wait... but the lack of information on the Mac Pro makes me feel like they abandoned it or don't plan on upgrading for some other years. Thank you and sorry for the long thread!